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CI Recap (5/19/17) – Brewers 6, Cubs 3: Wrigley as Messy as Cubs
May 19th, 2017 at 9:22 PM
***PHOTO1*** The Cubs looked to build on a three-game sweep of the Cincinnati Reds Friday against the first-place Milwaukee Brewers. Rain made conditions sloppy at Wrigley Field, which was an unfortunate metaphor for the home team. Eddie Butler ran into immediate control problems in the 1st inning, eventually walking the bases...

Watch: Cubs Held a Home Run Rager Last Night Featuring Blasts By Schwarber, Happ, Russell and Rizzo
May 17th, 2017 at 12:23 PM
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CI Recap (5/16/17) – Cubs 9, Reds 5: Cubs Blast Reds in Home Run Fest at Wrigley Field
May 16th, 2017 at 11:58 PM
***PHOTO1*** The Cubs came into the game tonight at Wrigley Field looking to shake off their recent poor play, having dropped four out of six games last week. Long-time Chicago nemesis Bronson Arroyo did battle with John Lackey for the second time in a month. It looked to be a hitters...

The Rundown: Talk of Cubs’ Pursuit of Pitchers Continues, Bad Luck for Schwarber and Rizzo, Edwards Prepping to Close
May 16th, 2017 at 8:25 AM
***PHOTO1*** There's nothing like a losing jag to get everyone's undergarments all twisted up, which I guess is why we've all been spending the last few days picking metaphorical wedgies. Whether it's how well (or not) the team is playing or the value of various prospects and the arms they might...

No pain, no gain: Anthony Rizzo keeps standing in the line of fire
May 15th, 2017 at 5:27 PM
***PHOTO1*** Anthony Rizzo couldn't just stand there and do nothing. Not after being hit in the left forearm, a couple of inches below the wrist, by the mother of all fastballs. So he doubled over in agony รข?? for all of about three seconds. Then he took his base, because that's what...