1. Dodgers Send Arrieta Pitching Rubber from No-Hitter

    Jake Arrieta received a present from the Los Angeles Dodgers after pitching a no-hitter against them Sunday, and no, it wasn't something he could place on his mantle...

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  2. Cubs Designate James Russell, Rafael Soriano

    The Cubs have designated left-hander James Russell for assignment and also activated right-hander Rafael Soriano from the disabled list and designated him for assignment as well, the team announced...

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  3. Lineup: Baez at 2B as Castro Gets a Breather

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  4. Cubs Designate Mike Olt for Assignment

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  5. Cubs Allowed Jake Arrieta to Be Himself After Trade from Orioles

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  6. Joe Maddon Defends Moves in Cubs' 13-6 Loss

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  7. Starlin Castro Stands Up to His 3 Errors: 'A Really Bad Night for Me'

    Starlin Castro has shown signs of offensive improvement, but that has been offset by his struggles at second base...

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  8. Cubs Recalls Begin: Javier Baez, Quintin Berry, Tsuyoshi Wada, Trevor Cahill

    September has arrived, with it meaningful games for the Cubs , and they will have five additional players on the roster for Tuesday night's game against the Reds (including the just-acquired ...

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  9. Debate: What Grade Do You Give the Austin Jackson Trade?

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  10. Austin Jackson to Cubs: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

    The Chicago Cubs shored up their outfield Monday with the addition of Austin Jackson, confirmed the team . According to CBSSports...

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  11. Arrieta Puts Cubs' Pitching in the Spotlight

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  12. Arrieta's First No-Hitter Might Not Be His Last

    LOS ANGELES -- For anyone who has seen or been around Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta over the past two seasons, the question was always when would he throw a no-hitter, not if...

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  13. Jake Arrieta's 1st No-Hitter Cements His Status as One of MLB's Top Aces

    LOS ANGELES — Jake Arrieta ’s solidification came loud, clear and dominant. No-hitters tend to do that. But when they do it for an ace on the rise who's on a team thinking about the World Series, they do so with more authority...

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  14. Arrieta's No-Hitter in Keeping with a Special Cubs Season

    The question isn't how Jake Arrieta managed to throw a no-hitter Sunday night. The question is how the Dodgers managed to get a bat on a baseball...

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  15. Jake Arrieta Throws No-Hitter vs. Dodgers: Stats, Highlights and Reaction

    Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jake Arrieta is no stranger to flirting with no-hitters, losing two in the eighth inning last season. On Sunday night, he finished the job, holding the Los Angeles Dodgers hitless in a 2-0 victory...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 2 days ago 24,257 reads 155 comments

  16. Arrieta Gets Doused After No-No

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  17. Cubs Will Push Javier Baez in First Wave of Call-Ups

    LOS ANGELES – The Cubs are planning to make Javier Baez part of their first wave of September call-ups...

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  18. Keys to Cubs' Success, Plus More MLB News and Notes

    With all their great young position stars, reasonable payroll and sky-high revenue, perhaps no one is more well-positioned for the future than the Cubs ...

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  19. Saturday's Recap: Dodgers 5, Cubs 2

    Jon Lester allowed four consecutive hits to start the seventh inning Saturday night as the Dodgers rallied for four runs and a 5-2 victory to hand the Cubs their fourth consecutive loss...

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  20. Dodgers Score 4 Runs in 7th to Beat Cubs 5-2

    Andre Ethier singled in a pair of go-ahead runs in the seventh inning, helping the Los Angeles Dodgers rally past the Chicago Cubs 5-2 Saturday night for their fifth consecutive victory...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 3 days ago 4,106 reads 0 comments

  21. Cubs Losing Streak Hits 3 vs. Dodgers, Kershaw

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  22. Kershaw Dominates as Cubs Fall to Dodgers

    LOS ANGELES – Maybe the Cubs didn't need a perfect game to beat Clayton Kershaw. But they definitely didn't play a complete game against the National League 's reigning MVP/Cy Young Award winner...

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  23. Cubs Put off Moving Bullpens Under Bleachers Until 2017

    The Cubs ' plan to move the Wrigley Field bullpens to an enclosed area under the bleachers has been pushed back until 2017...

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  24. Joe Maddon on Fernando Rodney: 'We'll Give Him a Soft Landing'

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 4 days ago 280 reads 0 comments

  25. Fan Creates Mashup of 'Perfect Strangers' and the Chicago Cubs

    Major League Baseball and '90s sitcoms go together like peanut butter and jelly, or something like that. Presumably drawing inspiration from the San Francisco Giants ' rendition ...

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