Starting Pitching Shines Again for Chicago Cubs as Travis Wood Earns Win

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Thanks to starting pitching, the Chicago Cubs took two out of three games against Pittsburgh Pirates in the opening series of the season. Over the course of the three-game series, starting pitchers surrendered just two runs over 19 total innings […]

Chicago Cubs Bats Silenced in Loss to Pittsburgh Pirates

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Despite a strong debut from Edwin Jackson and facing Wandy Rodriguez, the Chicago Cubs fell 3-0 to the Pittsburgh Pirates for their first loss in 2013 after only mustering two base hits. So far we have seen impressive showings from […]

Chicago Cubs: Power Display By Anthony Rizzo Shouldn’t Be Ignored

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Perhaps overshadowed during the Chicago Cubs Opening Day victory on Monday was the bomb that Anthony Rizzo hit on the first pitch he saw during the season. Almost every Cubs fan is clamoring over how good Jeff Samardzija was, and can […]

Jeff Samardzija Will Prove Ace Status in Chicago Cubs Opener

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Needless to say, there are a lot of Chicago Cubs fans that are excited for the opener today in Pittsburgh, but not for the season overall.  A lot of that has to do with the pitching staff that has little […]

Starlin Castro Injury Nothing to Worry About for Chicago Cubs

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Chicago Cubs Shortstop Starlin Castro has been sidelined the past couple of days with a hamstring injury, but it shouldn’t raise many concerns for the team. He will likely be back in a day or two, but some Cubs fans […]

Chicago Cubs Would be Stupid to Leave WGN

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As if fans haven’t been critical enough of the Ricketts family that now owns the Chicago Cubs, it is going to get even worse. According to reports, the family plans to not renew their contract with WGN-TV after the 2014 […]

Time for Chicago Cubs Pitcher Dontrelle Willis to Call It Quits

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On Tuesday, Dontrelle Willis staged his comeback with the Chicago Cubs. Unfortunately it lasted just seven pitches. That’s right, seven. After facing just two batters, Willis left the game with shoulder tightness. To say that I am not surprised really […]

Chicago Cubs Should Go After Robinson Cano at Season’s End

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New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano will be a free agent after the 2013 season and the Chicago Cubs would be foolish to not at least try to acquire the All-Star. Yes, the last time the Cubs spent mega […]

Chicago Cubs Ticket Prices Need to Come Down

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Over the past few years, the Chicago Cubs amount of losses have skyrocketed, and the ticket prices haven’t been too far behind, either. Sure, you can go to a game for $9. But it has to be in the middle […]

Cubs Pitching Staff Will be Leaned on Heavily in 2013

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After careful consideration, maybe the Chicago Cubs pitching staff isn’t so bad, after all. At least, that’s if the bottom of the starting rotation can play a bit past their potential and the front end of the bullpen doesn’t absolutely […]

Chicago Cubs Wrong to Rule Out Celebs for 7th Inning Stretch

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Ever since beloved Chicago Cubs broadcaster Harry Caray passed away, the team has been inviting celebrities to sing “Take me out to the ballgame” during the 7th Inning Stretch at historic Wrigley Field. Today, though, the Cubs announced that they […]

Chicago Cubs Should Bring Up Jorge Soler Sooner Rather Than Later

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When the Chicago Cubs won the sweepstakes for Cuban prospect Jorge Soler, it was believed that it wouldn’t take too long to see him in Major League action. At the age of 20, it’s still expected that he will be […]