The roster turnover in July likely played a role in the Cubs' 10-16 month.
The Cubs recorded their first winning month of the 2014 season.
The Cubs finally get Jeff Samardzija his first win of the season.
The first week of the season without a series loss.
Another losing week is highlighted by a couple of late, exciting rallies.
The Cubs won their first series, but posted another a losing week.
Starlin Castro had one of the best weeks a Cub hitter has had all year.
The bullpen continues to cost the Cubs dearly.
After starting the week off with a dramatic win, the Cubs lost four straight as the offense struggled, yet again, to score.
The Cubs offense provided plenty of excitement, but the bullpen just couldn't close out games.
It's hard to beat the excitement of an opening series like the one we just witnessed.
The Cubs put together three consecutive series victories en route to a two-week record of 7-6.
After a rough start to the week, the Cubs managed a 3-4 week thanks to great starting pitching over the weekend.
The Cubs' offense struggled over the weekend en route to a 2-3 week. And you might be surprised by the identity of the Cubs' most valuable hitter over the week.
The Cubs swept the rain-shortened series against their rivals from the South Side on their way to a 4-2 week.
The Cubs lost a couple of games in agonizing fashion on their way to a 1-5 week.
The Cubs split the six games that they played last week at Wrigley Field.
The Cubs rose to the challenge against stiff competition by winning four of six this week. Anthony Rizzo, who's about to sign a longterm contract, was a key player in this good week.
The bullpen woes continue as the Cubs lost five out of seven last week.
The Cubs went 4-3 this week after beating up on the lowly Marlins.
The Cubs went 1-4 this week as a result of the team's anemic offense.
Though they could have gone 4-2 this week, the Cubs instead went 2-4 after the bullpen struggled mightily.
After a good start in Pittsburgh, the Cubs were swept by the Braves.
The Cubs had their worst season since 1966, but there were plenty of exciting moments along the way and there is a lot to be excited about going into this off-season.
The Cubs ended the season on a rough note, breaking the 100-loss mark for the first time since 1966.
The Cubs got swept in Washington, then swept the Pirates in Pittsburgh for a 3-4 week.
The Cubs had a rough week at home against the Brewers and Giants.
The Cubs had a rough week against the Pirates and Dodgers.
The Cubs have been playing much better baseball over the past month. Here's a review of the team's past week.
The Cubs had a successful week, winning four of seven on a road trip to Atlanta and New York.
The Cubs won five of six during the week just completed -- one of their best showings of 2012.
The @cubs Scouting Report on Ernie Banks, who was playing for the Monarchs. His mgr. was Buck O’Neil. Interesting that the previous Pro Experience, response was “No, has been with the Monarchs!” @fergieajenkins @MLB @Royals @Sut_ESPN @JPosnanski @MLB_PLAYERS @Buster_ESPN RT pic.twitter.com/iUEbKR16Zg— Bob Kendrick (@nlbmprez) November 23, 2020
The @cubs Scouting Report on Ernie Banks, who was playing for the Monarchs. His mgr. was Buck O’Neil. Interesting that the previous Pro Experience, response was “No, has been with the Monarchs!” @fergieajenkins @MLB @Royals @Sut_ESPN @JPosnanski @MLB_PLAYERS @Buster_ESPN RT pic.twitter.com/iUEbKR16Zg