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  • From the Cubicle: Cubs-Reds

    From the Cubicle: Cubs-Reds
    Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning It's been an interesting week for the Cubs. Just a day after Milwaukee went out and got CC Sabathia, albeit for half a season, Jim Hendry answered back by getting Rich Harden from Oakland. Meanwhile the...
  • From the Cubicle: Cubs-Giants

    From the Cubicle: Cubs-Giants
    Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning There was a very interesting story in last week's Sports Illustrated by Tom Verducci about Giants ace Tim Lincecum. It's a long piece that delves deeply into pitching mechanics and is worth reading, but...
  • Bullpen blows it, but Cubs still win

    Bullpen blows it, but Cubs still win
    Not since Nomar Garciaparra's arrival from Boston in the summer of 2004 has a Cub debut been as anticipated as Rich Harden's first start Wrigley Field. And while he did everything he could Saturday to show the Cubs made the right move in acquiring him...
  • Cubs lose on game-winning double in 9th

    Cubs lose on game-winning double in 9th
    The Cubs are looking for a summer rerun of 2007, when they started off the second half with seven victories in their first eight games en route to a National League Central title. Starter Ted Lilly did enough to get the Cubs off on the right foot...
  • Harden can't win, thanks to punchless Cubs offense

    Harden can't win, thanks to punchless Cubs offense
    When the Cubs acquired Rich Harden from Oakland two weeks ago, there were reports he hadn't been throwing as hard as usual. But with the Cubs, the 26-year-old Canadian has looked more like a Ferrari being driven away from the dealership than damaged...
  • Cubs bats still snoozing in Arizona

    Cubs bats still snoozing in Arizona
    With two on and two outs in the third inning on Tuesday night, Aramis Ramirez dug in to face Arizona right-hander Yusmeiro Petit. He didn't look especially comfortable. He hasn't for almost a month now. But Ramirez got hold of a 2-1 fastball, sending...
  • Reed Johnson grand slam the difference as Cubs top Diamondbacks

    Reed Johnson grand slam the difference as Cubs top Diamondbacks
    During one of baseball's labor wars, major-league teams agreed briefly to carry the minimum number of players required by their rules—24 rather than 25. Cubs manager Lou Piniella would have loved to be only one man short Wednesday night, when his...
  • Cubs rally to beat Marlins, build a little momentum

    Cubs rally to beat Marlins, build a little momentum
    It's enough to drive Cubs fans batty. In six losses since the All-Star break, Cubs bats have produced a total of eight runs. But in their four victories, they have scored 34 runs, including Sunday's 9-6 come-from-behind victory over Florida. "The...
  • Edmonds hits slam, Cubs finish sweep of Brewers

    Edmonds hits slam, Cubs finish sweep of Brewers
    The Cubs didn't decide to stand pat at the trading deadline Thursday just because of their dominance over the Brewers this week at Miller Park. But after an 11-4 victory gave the Cubs their first four-game sweep in Milwaukee in five years, it was hard to...
  • Change in Cubs offense is like night and day

    Change in Cubs offense is like night and day
    Were the Cubs suffering from a post-Milwaukee hangover in Friday's 3-0 loss to Pittsburgh, or would things have been different if they had been able to play a night game at Wrigley Field? The question can't be answered, but the Cubs are hoping to do...
  • Cubs win on strange day at Wrigley

    Cubs win on strange day at Wrigley
    On a Sunday when Carlos Zambrano took himself out after five innings, when Geovany Soto pretended he was talking during an unusual mound visit and when Chad Gaudin received his Wrigley Field baptism by being booed off the mound, Reed Johnson arrived...
  • LIVE Game 158: Mets vs. Cubs

     
    Welcome to tonight's live blog, covering every moment of the second game between the Mets and Cubs. Just so you know, we'll keep our eyes on the other important scores of the night. Hey, how huge was Johan Santana's start......