The Chicago Cubs lead the major leagues in strikeouts, and Milwaukee starter Wily Peralta took full advantage of their free-swinging ways.
Chris Coghlan hit a leadoff homer, and Javier Baez had his second career three-hit game.
Eric Jokisch opposes Jimmy Nelson tonight at Miller Park.
Jake Arrieta threw seven innings of two-hit ball while striking out 10.
Construction crews will be taking over Wrigley Field by the end of the week.
The record didn’t indicate it entirely, but the Cubs believe the saw plenty of growth.
John Lackey opposes Jake Arrieta tonight at Wrigley Field.
Welington Castillo drove home the winning run with a long RBI single in the 10th inning.
As many as seven advertising signs may go up, but they’ll be erected on a per-sale basis.
Welington Castillo believes he put too much pressure on himself this year.
Travis Wood needs to regain his command to lock up a spot in the 2015 rotation.
Shelby Miller opposes Kyle Hendricks tonight at Wrigley Field.
Adam Wainwright joined Clayton Kershaw as the majors’ only 20-game winners, pitching three-hit ball over seven innings.
Major league baseball will take a hard look during the off-season at time of game and eliminating needless delays by both the pitcher and hitter, Bruce Levine writes.
Addison Russell says the Cubs haven’t discussed a position change with him.
Adam Wainwright opposes Travis Wood tonight at Wrigley Field.
Matt Kemp homered and had four RBIs, while Yasiel Puig scored a career-high four times.
A similar sign is posted in many different clubhouses in baseball — “Wanted: a player who can get on base and steal.”
Chris Coghlan hit two homers, including the go-ahead two-run drive off Brian Wilson in the eighth inning, and the Chicago Cubs rallied to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-7 on Saturday.
Watching Javier Baez swing and miss to the tune of 81 strikeouts in 44 games has brought plenty of scrutiny on both player and organization alike.
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