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Chicago Cubs: All’s well that ends well

Chicago Cubs On Tuesday August 19th, the Chicago Cubs began a three game series against the San Francisco Giants. Little did they know, it would take almost two full days to record a win they thought they had early Wednesday morning. After jumping out to an early 2-0 lead thanks to an Anthony Rizzo two-run home run in the first inning, the Cubs managed to keep the Giants scoreless...
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Cubs place Starlin Castro on bereavement list, recall Logan Watkins

getty images The Chicago Cubs have placed shortstop Starlin Castro on the bereavement list following the death of his cousin and three close friends this week in the Dominican Republic. Castro left the Cubs on Wednesday and could miss an entire week before returning. To replace Castro on the roster the Cubs have recalled Logan Watkins from Triple-A Iowa. For the time-being the...
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Cubs fan drinking from a baby bottle? Cubs fan drinking from a baby bottle (video)

It’s not entirely clear exactly what’s going on here, but here’s an adult Chicago Cubs fan sneaking some sips (sucks?) out of his infant child’s bottle. Yeah. It occurred during the ninth inning of Wednesday night’s game against the San Francisco Giants, and it left the announcers somewhat flummoxed. There is a chance he simply […] The post Cubs fan drinking from a baby...
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Giants win protest over called game, MLB cites negligence by Cubs grounds crew

For the first time in 28 years, Major League Baseball has upheld a protest made by the San Francisco Giants over a rain-shortened game against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field on Monday. The game will resume on Thursday afternoon. The original game was delayed in the fifth inning by a 15-minute rainstorm and was […] The post Giants win protest over called game, MLB cites negligence...
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Maybe the Cubs Don’t Need to Trade for a Pitcher

The Cubs have a lot of very good young hitting prospects. Many of those prospects played shortstop in the minor leagues, which has caused people to wonder whether they should trade a hitting prospect for a pitching prospect. Jeff Sullivan did a nice job of explaining why this isn’t actually a real problem, and the […]
Via Fangraphs
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Giants win protest over tarp malfunction, game to be finished

The Chicago Cubs defeated the San Francisco Giants in less than five innings on Tuesday night after the grounds crew was unable to cover the infield with a tarp during a torrential downpour. But after winning their appeal on Wednesday, the Giants are now technically trailing the Cubs 2-0 heading into the bottom of the […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
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BREAKING: Starlin Castro Out Due to Car Accident

Starlin Castro, the Cubs All-Star shortstop will be out for at least up to a week, due to a car accident that killed a relative and three close friends in the Dominican Republic. The Cubs are not releasing any more information about the matter, and expect Castro to fly back to the Dominican Republic, and place him on bereavement. “It’s a family tragedy,” manager Rick Renteria...
Via Sports Mockery
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Cubs’ Ground Crew Struggles With Tarp Leading To Rain-Shortened Game (Video)

Being a baseball grounds crew member is a pretty thankless job, as the Chicago Cubs’ crew was reminded on Tuesday night. A quick, but strong storm swept through the North Side on Tuesday night, hammering Wrigley Field with sheets of pouring rain. The storm — which didn’t affect the White Sox game on the South Side — popped up quickly and forced the grounds crew to scramble...
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Nobody Wants to be Like Mike: Are Mike Olt’s Days Numbered with the Cubs?

Chicago Cubs fans around the Nation won’t stop talking about their future position players, and what their team is going to look like in 2015. With an infield consisting of Anthony Rizzo, Javier Baez, Starlin Castro, Kris Bryant and Addison Russell, many fans forget to mention one of the first players acquired in this rebuild process: Mike Olt. Olt was one of the players the Cubs...
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Nobody’s Worse At Their Job Than The Cubs Ground Crew

At first it was just a sprinkle. Then the winds picked up. Then the monsoon rolled in, dropping buckets of rain on Wrigley Field. All of it was too much for the grounds crew, who tried desperately to get the tarp down before the infield flooded. They failed and it led to a several hour delay. Sometime in the middle of the night, the umps gave up too and called the game in the fifth...
Via With Leather
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Cubs ground crew screws up tarp, leads to called game

With the Cubs beating the Giants in the bottom of the 5th, it started to rain. Then this happened. After quite some time and the rain died down and the job was finished. But the field was quite a mess. A huge mess and with the Cubs winning in the 5th, the Giants hoped the field could be tended to so the game could resume rather than be suspended as a Cubs win. And so it started…...
Via The Outside Corner
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Chicago Cubs Crew Fails Miserably Putting Tarp Down, Video Set To Yakety Sax

The Chicago Cubs grounds crew had some major issues when it started pouring rain in Chicago. They did a horrible job pulling out the tarp and now this epic failure has been set to the tune of Yakety Sax to create the perfect video. Oh yeah and the Cubs were winning this game at the […] The post Chicago Cubs Crew Fails Miserably Putting Tarp Down, Video Set To Yakety Sax appeared...
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When Could the Cubs Compete?

When Theo Epstein came to Chicago in 2011, many realized that the rebuilding plan would consume the 2012, 2013, and likely 2014 campaigns. However many thought 2015 would be the yer the Cubs could start competing, and as we draw nearer to 2015, perhaps we should examine that assertion. Indeed, 2014 has been lost in the name of progress, but with each passing day, the organization...
Via Sports Mockery
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Cubs Rookie Javier Baez Crushes 434-Foot Home Run Into Second Deck (Video)

Chicago Cubs phenom Javier Baez continues to wow with his power. The 21-year-old rookie was at it again Monday afternoon against the New York Mets, absolutely crushing his fifth home run in 14 games since being called up to the big leagues. Baez’s latest blast came in the ninth inning, as he launched a mammoth two-run shot into Citi Field’s second deck in left field to give the...
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Chicago Cubs: Hector Rondon proving he is more than capable

In 2009, Hector Rondon was named the minor league pitcher of the year in the Cleveland Indians organization. He was poised to have an even better year heading into 2010, but then his career took a turn for the worst. After Rondon made seven starts to begin the 2010 season, he was sidelined with soreness in his elbow, and was then advised to have Tommy John surgery after the injury...
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