Chicago Cubs

Are the Chicago Cubs Back on Track?

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)
Joe WillettSenior Writer IMay 31, 2009

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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