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Alfonso Soriano has decided to call it quits

Outfielder Alfonso Soriano announced yesterday that he has decided to retire from major league baseball after 16 seasons. Soriano stated yesterday that "he has lost the love and passion to play the same. Soriano also said right now his family is the most important aspect to him right now. Soriano did mention he is still in great shape, but his mind is not focused on baseball." Soriano is 38-years old. Last ...

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Gotta Coach ‘Em All: The 2011 Retro Cubs

Doc Brown told me that the flux capacitor might not make it another trip, but I couldn't help but pick up some more players and bring them back in time, in hopes to seeing some more retros. I present to you, the 2011 Retro Cubs.                                                     ...

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After Bombshell, Cubs Win

The Chicago Cubs made a shocking announcement Wednesday, revealing that Carlos Zambrano will be moving to the bullpen to fill the set-up role. Zambrano is struggling as a starter and the Cubs are in dire need of a power right-hander for the 'pen. From all accounts, Big Z took the news in stride. Perhaps Zambrano is showing some maturity, putting the team's needs before his own. Zambrano's spot in the rotati ...

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Too Little, Too Late For Cubs’ Offense

The Chicago Cubs had no answer for Roy Oswalt and the Houston Astros. Oswalt, who has been the lone bright spot for Houston, stymied the Cubs offense all game.  Oswalt shutout the Cubs through 7 innings allowing only 5 hits. Houston's ace showed great command, walking 0 and striking out 6 Cub batters. Trailing by 4, Chicago's offense finally woke up in the 8th inning. Chicago hit a trio of doubles (Derrek L ...

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