1. Bob Costas Met with and Apologized to Cubs Reliever PedroStrop

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  2. The Flaw in the Cubs' Unorthodox Rebuilding Plan Is Coming Back to Haunt Them

    The Chicago Cubs have been rebuilding for several years now with an unorthodox plan. They seemed ready to become a serious World Series contender last winter when they added two of ...

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  3. Maddon: Cubs Need 'Mojo' Back on Offense

    ST. LOUIS -- Joe Maddon predicted this would happen. In Spring Training, the Cubs ' manager said his team would endure a long losing stretch during the season, and on Sunday, it reached five games with a 4-1 loss to the Cardinals ...

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  4. 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.....

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  5. Cubs on Losing Streak After Getting Swept in STL

    ST. LOUIS — This isn't fantasy baseball, and there aren't many teams like the 2012-14 Cubs out there hanging “For Sale” signs right now...

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  6. Cubs Place Wada on DL, Activate Neil Ramirez

    The Cubs have placed starter Tsuyoshi Wada on the 15-day disabled list and activated reliever Neil Ramirez, Gordon Wittenmyer of the Chicago Sun-Times reports...

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  7. Bob Costas Lets Loose on Pedro Strop

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  8. Bryant Insists He Isn't Slowing Down

    Bryant: “I'm not tired at all. I'm 23 years old. Maybe 10 years from now I'll be tired around this time. I'm not tired at all...

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  9. Bats, Arms Fail to Show Up in Loss to Cards

    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 ...

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  10. Cards Chase Roach Early as Cubs Get Blown out

    ST. LOUIS — The Cubs didn't need an 8-1 loss to their biggest rival to know they need more pitching. Saturday night at Busch Stadium only reinforced that idea...

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  11. Cubs Let One Slip Away with 10th Inning Error

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  12. Arrieta Great, but Cubs Lose on Cardinals Walkoff

    ST. LOUIS — The Cubs almost played the kind of all-around game you need to win at Busch Stadium and beat the best team in baseball...

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 10 days ago 39 reads 0 comments

  13. Throwing Error Gives Cards 3-2 Win over Cubs

    ST. LOUIS -- Peter Bourjos scored the winning run from third on a throwing error by Mike Baxter in the 10th inning to lift the St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-2 win over the Chicago Cubs on Friday night...

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 10 days ago 364 reads 0 comments

  14. Kris Bryant Nixes Rumors He Was Hung over During Thursday's Game

    Thursday afternoon the Cubs dropped their series finale to the Dodgers at Wrigley Field (LAD 4, CHC 0), and, in the third inning, third baseman Kris Bryant had to exit the game for Chicago...

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  15. Chicago Cubs Pitcher Jon Lester Still Adjusting to National League

    CHICAGO -- Like Kyle Hendricks before him, Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jon Lester sounds like a man with few answers. No longer is he recovering from his dead arm issues of spring training, nor is he still settling his family in a new environment...

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  16. Cubs to Skip Wada's Start Saturday vs. Cardinals

    The Chicago Cubs will recall right-hander Donn Roach to start Saturday in St. Louis, skipping Tsuyoshi Wada's turn in the rotation after the 34-year-old left his most recent start with cramping in his left shoulder...

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  17. Bryant (Flu), Fowler (Ankle) in Lineup vs. Cardinals

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  18. Umpire Loses His Cool, Charges Mound to Confront Cubs' Jon Lester

    Emotions were running high at Wrigley Field on Thursday when home plate umpire Andy Fletcher lost his cool, charging the mound to exchange words with Jon Lester . The Chicago Cubs pitcher had just issued a walk to A...

    Katie Richcreek Written by Katie Richcreek about 10 days ago 312,374 reads 192 comments

  19. Cubs Agree to $1.3MM Bonus with 4th-Rounder Wilson

    The Cubs have agreed to a $1.3MM bonus with fourth-round selection D.J. Wilson, Jim Callis of MLB .com reports on Twitter. That's well above the $503,100 slot value that came with the 113th overall pick...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 11 days ago 169 reads 0 comments

  20. Chicago Cubs Pitcher Jon Lester Still Adjusting to National League

    CHICAGO -- Like Kyle Hendricks before him, Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jon Lester sounds like a man with few answers. No longer is he recovering from his dead arm issues of spring training, nor is he still settling his family in a new environment...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 11 days ago 560 reads 0 comments

  21. Dodgers Score Early, Toss Shutout to Split Series with Cubs

    The Los Angeles Dodgers , who dropped the first two games to the Chicago Cubs , looked to split the four-game series with an early game on Thursday...

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  22. Dodgers Shut out Cubs, 4-0, to Split Series

    CHICAGO - Right-hander Carlos Frias and four relievers combined to shut out the Chicago Cubs Thursday as the Dodgers salvaged a split of their four-game series at Wrigley Field with a 4-0 victory...

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  23. Kris Bryant Sick, Jon Lester Angry, Cubs Lose 4-0

    The summary: Cubs rookie third baseman Kris Bryant left after two innings because of flu-like symptoms as the Dodgers pounced on Jon Lester in the first two innings en route to a 4-0 win...

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  24. Castro Enters Game in 6th Inning at SS

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  25. Bryant (Flu-Like Symptoms) Leaves Early

    Even the best ones get sick. Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant left Thursday's game after two innings because of flu-like symptoms...

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