Are the Chicago Cubs Back on Track?

Joe WillettSenior Writer IMay 31, 2009

CHICAGO - MAY 29: (L-R) Alfonso Soriano #12, Reed Johnson #9 and Kosuke Fukudome #1 of the Chicago Cubs celebrate a win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on May 29, 2009 at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Cubs defeated the Dodgers 2-1. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

The Cubs have been one of baseball’s big disappointments this season.

The only team that has underachieved more has been the Yankees, but since A-Rod came back, they have been on a tear, which leaves the Cubs all alone.

However, through the past five games, they have gone 4-1, which may be an anomaly in a disappointing season. But it could also start to signal change.

The Cubs haven’t been pulling off small, one-run wins.  They have won three of their past four wins by at least three runs.

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