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  • Zambrano pitches Cubs past Nationals

    Zambrano pitches Cubs past Nationals
    Carlos Zambrano proclaimed last week that his diet of "bananas, bananas and more bananas" was going well, helping to prevent the cramping that has haunted him in the past. After finishing April with a 4-1 record following Saturday night's 7-0 victory...
  • From the Cubicle: Cubs-Brewers

    From the Cubicle: Cubs-Brewers
    Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning On a day when the makers of one of get downright litigious with area night spots, a somewhat caffeinated and hopefully properly-hydrated Carlos Zambrano tries to brew up some trouble against Milwaukee....
  • Cubs blow it in 9th against Milwaukee

    Cubs blow it in 9th against Milwaukee
    For the first time since April 19, the Cubs will play a game as the National League Central's second-place team on Friday. And it's not just any game they're playing, but one that starts a three-game series against the upstart Cardinals in St. Louis....
  • Y mayo lo empezaron como abril..., perdiendo

    Y mayo lo empezaron como abril..., perdiendo
    Los Cachorros empezaron el mes de mayo igual que el bueno de abril, es decir, perdiendo ante los Cerveceros de Milwaukee. Si el pasado 2 de abril los Cachorros abrían dicho mes perdiendo 8-2 ante Milwaukee en el Wrigley Field, ayer se repetía la historia...
  • Ask Paul Sullivan

    Ask Paul returns with a not-so-special edition from Kentucky, the fast food capital of the world, answering your questions about moving Fukudome to center, giving Ronny more playing time, and letting Geo bat clean-up. Here is an idea, how about moving...
  • Zambrano gem leads Cubs past Reds

    Zambrano gem leads Cubs past Reds
    With the Cubs in the middle of their annual May malaise, it was left to Carlos Zambrano to right the ship Tuesday night at Great American Ball Park. Zambrano did exactly what Lou Piniella needed him to do, throwing eight shutout innings to lead the...
  • Soriano hot, Cubs cruise past Diamondbacks

    Soriano hot, Cubs cruise past Diamondbacks
    Baseball works in mysterious, misunderstood ways, especially when it comes to the mythology that has become the Cubs. Bedraggled as a team after a 2-6 trip and with their highest-paid player booed with a .188 batting average, the Cubs have just...
  • Cubs complete sweep of Diamondbacks

    Cubs complete sweep of Diamondbacks
    What a wet and wacky afternoon it was at Wrigley Field, a madcap Mother's Day—or, as the Cubs' bulletin board said: "Happy Mudder Day." When it was all over, the Cubs had not only gained playoff revenge with a series sweep of Arizona but had...
  • Cubs use Zambrano, offensive explosion to down Padres

    Cubs use Zambrano, offensive explosion to down Padres
    Despite one of the chilliest springs in a couple of decades, the confines have seldom been friendlier to the Cubs than they've been during the first seven weeks of the 2008 season. After Monday night's 12-3 rout of San Diego before a freeze-dried crowd...
  • Cubs able to finish the job against Padres

    Cubs able to finish the job against Padres
    Before Jim Edmonds was to join the Cubs party Thursday at Wrigley Field, his new teammates had a little fun Wednesday night at the expense of Padres ace Jake Peavy. Alfonso Soriano and Geovany Soto homered and had three RBIs apiece in an 8-5 victory over...
  • From the Cubicle: Cubs- Padres

    From the Cubicle: Cubs- Padres
    Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning The big question of the day, one that will be answered shortly, is how the most loyal/obnoxious fans in sports will greet the hated former St. Louis Cardinal Jim Edmonds as he steps to the plate for the...
  • Cubs waste two Soriano homers in loss to Pirates

    Cubs waste two Soriano homers in loss to Pirates
    The Cubs' two most reliable pitchers chose the same day to go bad. So how bad were Carlos Zambrano and Carlos Marmol? So bad even Alfonso Soriano's bat couldn't save them. And the way Soriano is hitting, that's very bad. Zambrano—who performed...