Chicago Cubs Recaps

Yankees 2, Cubs 0: Apologies To Ernest L. Thayer

The Cubs' visit to the Bronx can be summed up only by making mayhem on the form of a famous baseball poem.

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Yankees 3, Cubs 0: Yes, Tanaka Is That Good

You didn't really expect a different result, did you?

Cardinals 6, Cubs 4: Edwin Jackson Makes Me Crazy

And we have nearly three more years of him to suffer through.

Cardinals 10, Cubs 4: Back To The Drawing Board

Jake Arrieta is expected back in the Cubs' rotation soon. Not a moment too soon, I'd say.

Cubs 6, Cardinals 3: Welington!

The Cubs got an extra-inning home run on the road and won. That hadn't happened in almost a year.

Pirates 5, Cubs 4: A Tale Of 2 Games

The Cubs played well for four innings... then stopped hitting, while the bullpen coughed up a four-run lead.

Cubs 7, Pirates 5: Another Little Bit Of History

The Cubs gave up a lot of home runs Wednesday night, but won anyway.

Pirates 7, Cubs 6: A Good Effort

The Cubs came from behind twice Tuesday night, but fell to defeat anyway.

Cubs 8, Phillies 3: The Complaint Dep't Is Closed

The Cubs played their best game of 2014. (Low bar to hurdle, I'd say.)


Phillies 2, Cubs 0: A Bit Of History

What happened Saturday at Wrigley Field hasn't happened often in Cubs history.

Cubs 3, Pirates 2: Junior's Wardrobe Malfunction

The Cubs won their first game of 2014... and Junior Lake needs help getting dressed.

Pirates 4, Cubs 3: Same Story, Only Longer

The Cubs finally scored runs in 2014... but lost a marathon.

Pirates 1, Cubs 0: You've Heard This One Before

The first game of 2014 sounded a lot like many games in 2013.

Cubs 9, Diamondbacks 8: A Little Bit Of Everything

This one was a lot of fun.

Cubs 3, Diamondbacks 1: A Big-League Win

The Cubs' first 2014 tune-up in a big-league park was a big success.

Cubs 4, White Sox 3: One Final Tuneup

The Cubs won just five of the 15 games played at Cubs Park this year, but they finished the finale in style.

D'backs 14, Cubs 4: Blowing In The Wind

The Cubs got blown out... literally.

Cubs 5, Padres 5: Almost Predictable

It was a long day for the Cubs, and they wound up not winning either game... but not losing two!

Angels 8, Cubs 4: Eight Good Innings, Then...

This wouldn't matter, except a key member of the bullpen got pounded Tuesday afternoon.

Padres 7, Cubs 1: Lights Out

We don't want to see the Cubs play many games like Monday night's in 2014. Unfortunately, we're probably not going to get our wish.

Cubs 10, Athletics 6: Junior! Junior! Junior!

The Cubs powered six home runs out of Phoenix Municipal Stadium Sunday afternoon.

Reds 8, Cubs 3: A Jumbo-Size Loss

This recap is big. How big? Gather around for a large story.

Cubs 7, White Sox 0: Luis! Luis!

The Cubs won, and now we simply hope that Javier Baez isn't seriously injured. Also, Travis Wood news.

Mariners 3, Cubs 0: Junior's Farm

The Cubs got shut out Thursday, That sentence, sadly, will probably be written quite often this season.

Rockies 9, Cubs 6: Rick Renteria's No-Review Show

If Major League Baseball gives you, the manager, a way to potentially reverse a call, why wouldn't you use it?

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