Chicago Cubs Recaps

Brewers 7, Cubs 0: Tragic Number 6

In an ugly season, the Cubs Wednesday night played one of their ugliest games.

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Brewers 4, Cubs 3: Welington Castillo & What Army?

The Cubs' catcher hit his fourth home run in his last eight games; unfortunately, he wasn't able to carry the team to victory.

Brewers 6, Cubs 1: Defenseless

That was an ugly game in front of a small and mostly indifferent crowd. Be honest. You want to know the details anyway. You might want to cover your eyes, but here they are anyway.

Pirates 3, Cubs 2: So Close, And Yet...

Francisco Liriano came the closest of any pitcher so far this season to ending the Cubs' no-no-hit streak. And like the 7,649 starters to come before him, he failed... but his team won anyway. Such is the tale of the 2013 Cubs.

Pirates 2, Cubs 1: Another Home-Run Lesson

This game seemed really familiar, didn't it?

Cubs 5, Pirates 4: A Home-Run Lesson

The Cubs are having a good road trip, which isn't surprising given their good record away from Wrigley Field this year. The surprise is who they're defeating -- and how they're doing it.

Pirates 3, Cubs 1: A 1970s Flashback

After two decades of slumber, the Pittsburgh Pirates are back in playoff contention. It was two decades before that, though, that the Pirates used to crush the Cubs' playoff dreams on an annual basis.

Reds 6, Cubs 0: Shark Attacked

The Cubs had a chance to sweep the Reds in Cincinnati for the first time in 12 years. I don't think I have to tell you that didn't happen, but here are the details anyway, and a chance to weigh in on Javier Baez's future.

Cubs 9, Reds 1: Edwin Jackson's Big Day

The Reds have dominated the Cubs in 2013 -- but not in this series.


Cubs 2, Reds 0: We Got Wood!

Solid pitching and home runs. What else do the Cubs need? (Well, a lot. But Monday night, they did all right with just that.)

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