Daniel Murphy is currently one of the hottest hitters in the majors. The Mets offense, however, is struggling.
Jeremy Hefner, it can be argued, has been the Mets' most reliable starting pitcher outside of Matt Harvey recently.
Home >> Game Recap >> 5/18 Game Recap - LOBs, a Bad 4th Inning & No Relief Lead the Mets to an 8-2 loss to the Cubbies The Mets didn't do him any favors, stranding what felt like a couple 25-man rosters out on the basepaths all day.
When the 2013 baseball season began six weeks ago, Jeff Samardzija , Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo were the most talked about names on the Chicago Cubs .
Home >> Game Recap >> 5/17 Game Recap: Matt Harvey Earns Fifth Victory And Delivers Game Winning RBI As Mets Edge Cubs, 3-2 The Mets were in the Windy City today starting a three game weekend series against the Cubs.
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Jeff Samardzija hit a two-run home run and pitched eight strong innings for his first win since opening day and the Chicago Cubs beat the Colorado Rockies 6-3 on Wednesday night.
Mac is represented by the White Sox and Spiegel is represented by the Cubs. Remember, the loser must supply the food for the show's tailgate next season.
If the Cubs were half as good at baseball as they are at artist's renderings, the team would have left Wrigley Field behind long before now.
Carlos Gonzalez homered twice and finished with a career-high five hits to lead the struggling Colorado Rockies to a 9-4 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday night.
Today is the 35th anniversary of another Cubs-related manager rant, though this wasn't done by a Cubs manager.
Nationals starter Gio Gonzalez had a perfect game going through five innings and despite Scott Feldman holding up his end of the pitchers' duel with just one run allowed in the first, things were not looking bright for the Cubs to pull this one out.
First baseman Anthony Rizzo and the Chicago Cubs agreed Monday to a $41-million, seven-year contract that could be worth up to $68 million over nine seasons.