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  • Tsuyoshi Wada placed on 15-day disabled list

    Tsuyoshi Wada placed on 15-day disabled list
    Chicago Cubs left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada was placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Tuesday, to make room for reliever Neil Ramirez. Wada missed Saturday's start because of inflammation in his left deltoid muscle. The Cubs have not set their...
  • Cubs rotation troubles exposed once again as Donn Roach falters

     Cubs rotation troubles exposed once again as Donn Roach falters
    An early knockout of Donn Roach accentuated and accelerated the Cubs' need for more starting pitching depth. But it might not be so easy to correct until at least after the All-Star break, and only if there is significant separation between playoff...
  • Baseball trio reduces Blackhawks' salary dump dilemma to back story

    Baseball trio reduces Blackhawks' salary dump dilemma to back story
    While a city waited this weekend for the Blackhawks to dismantle, Chicago baseball stole our attention with a White Sox executive boldly stepping forward, a Cubs legend meekly taking a step back and a Hall of Fame-caliber broadcaster inexplicably...
  • Saturday's recap: Cardinals 8, Cubs 1

    Saturday's recap: Cardinals 8, Cubs 1
    The summary The Cardinals tagged Donn Roach for four runs in the fourth inning Saturday night at Busch Stadium and rolled to an 8-1 victory over the Cubs. The Cubs' lone run occurred when Roach, making his 17th major-league appearance and first with the...
  • Growing pains affect Cubs' batters

    Growing pains affect Cubs' batters
    As far back as spring training, manager Joe Maddon said his Chicago Cubs would experience a five-game losing streak. That time has come, and his young hitters are in the midst of a tough education against some of the National League’s best...
  • Martinez paces Cardinals to 4-1 win, sweep of Cubs

    Every five or 10 minutes while the game was on hold, Carlos Martinez went to the indoor batting cage to stay loose. The only concession the St. Louis Cardinals made to a lengthy rain delay was perhaps shortening the right-hander's outing by one inning....
  • Clutch hitting, back end of rotation problem areas for Cubs

    Clutch hitting, back end of rotation problem areas for Cubs
    Two rain delays Sunday night at Busch Stadium further tested the patience of a Cubs team trying to generate more offense from someone other than Anthony Rizzo and stabilize the back end of a wobbly rotation. Following Monday's scheduled day off, the...
  • Cards hit six doubles in 4-1 victory over Cubs

    ST. LOUIS Five different St. Louis Cardinals smacked six doubles on their way to a 4-1 victory and a sweep over the Chicago Cubs late Sunday night. St. Louis first baseman Xavier Scruggs' RBI single in the second inning and Jhonny Peralta's single in the...
  • Quick trip around Major League Baseball

    Quick trip around Major League Baseball
    American League Central Division White Sox: Another dominating season from ace Chris Sale looks like it's being wasted. Indians: Manager Terry Francona claims he ate 17 Popsicles in one night. Your move, David Blatt. Royals: Eric Hosmer dating...
  • Jake Arrieta's fine outing goes for naught as Cubs lose 3-2 in 10 innings

     Jake Arrieta's fine outing goes for naught as Cubs lose 3-2 in 10 innings
    Jake Arrieta knows all about heavy workloads, so he was more than able to carry most of the freight Friday night to compensate for a well-worked bullpen and some of his gimpy teammates. Arrieta was nearly as dominant against the National League...
  • Cardinals, Busch Stadium continue to haunt Cubs

    Cardinals, Busch Stadium continue to haunt Cubs
    The Cubs point to their 18-13 record in one-run games as a source of pride, especially as they try to climb toward a playoff berth. But their numerous shortcomings Friday night in a 3-2 loss at St. Louis in 10 innings was as glaring as the 9 ½-game...