9 hrs ago | MassLive.com
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13 hrs ago | Cincinnati.com
I had several people asking about the BAR last week, and for that I'm grateful. Truth is, I usually do this after I get my daughter ready for "school" and my wife off to work.
The Cubs entered Monday night's game against the Cardinals having lost 13 games when leading after five innings.
Wheeler's stats at the Triple-A level are remarkably similar to Matt Harvey's, who is slated to start the day portion of Tuesday's twin bill.
After a rough start to the week, the Cubs managed a 3-4 week thanks to great starting pitching over the weekend.
The Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals are set to renew their longtime rivalry on Monday when they meet up for a National League Central Division showdown at Busch Stadium.
Kirk Nieuwenhuis hit a three-run homer that capped a four-run rally in the bottom of the ninth inning, and the New York Mets salvaged what had been shaping up as another sorry afternoon, startling the Chicago Cubs 4-3 on Sunday.
Doug Fister allowed just two hits and struck out seven over nearly eight innings, as the Tigers won at Minnesota on Sunday, 5-2.
The combination of Carlos Marmol and save situations has tested the patience of Chicago Cubs fans like little else this season.
Accident. Right lane blocked on The L.I.E./I-495 WB at x39/Glen Cove Rd. Stop and go traffic from X40/Jericho Tpk/NY Rt-25 in Nassau Cnty Accident.
The New York Mets were just three outs away from suffering an embarrassing sweep at home at the hands of the Chicago Cubs when Marlon Byrd hit a home run to start the bottom of the 9th and Kirk Nieuwenhuis hit a three-run home run to end the game and the Mets home stand on a positive note.
The Mets put themselves in a position to lose their series finale to the Cubs on Sunday when they made three bad throws on a single play - two that went for errors that allowed two runs to score.
Cubs top Mets but lose DeJesus NEW YORK -- The Chicago Cubs count on David DeJesus to create runs.
We'd love your opinion, too -- drop a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. WHICH PLAYER ON YOUR TEAM DO YOU MOST IDENTIFY WITH? CUBS: So many flawed people to consider -- like Ian Stewart and his potent combo of too little production and too much complaining, and Carlos Marmol and his inability to hit a stationary target.