With rain in today’s forecast, the Cubs have a bigger crew on hand than Tuesday.
With the San Francisco Giants being the first team since 1986 to successfully protest a game, we decided to take a look back at some of the past protested games upheld by the MLB. Here’s five times MLB game protests have been upheld:
Chicago’s focus on a market inefficiency may not be such a big advantage now.
Chicago also called up Zach Rosscup and Logan Watkins.
The squads resume a suspended game at 4:05 p.m., then play a full nine afterward.
For their part, the Cubs are disputing any staffing issues.
Jake Peavy pitched seven solid innings to lead San Francisco to the win.
Castro will likely head to the bereavement list.
(CBS) The Giants have won their protest to continue what was originally a rain-shortened 2-0 loss against the Cubs on Tuesday night at Wrigley Field, a contest marred by the home team ground crew’s inability to properly […]
It’s a long shot, with San Francisco contending Wrigley’s tarp is a “mechanical field device.”
Jake Peavy will oppose Edwin Jackson tonight at Wrigley Field, assuming there aren’t tarp troubles.
Castillo is a highly regarded 27-year-old free agent from Cuba.
Tuesday’s game was called after 4 1/2 innings because the field was soaked from 15 minutes of rain.
The San Francisco Giants and the Chicago Cubs played 4 1/2 innings in 6 hours, 9 minutes. An unplayable field following a downpour led to the game being called off at 1:16 a.m. The teams had played just enough on Tuesday night for the Cubs to earn a rain-shortened 2-0 victory.
The Cubs have to decide whether Neil Ramirez’s future is in the rotation or bullpen.
The new videoboard is set to be ready for Opening Day in 2015.
Ryan Vogelsong opposes Tsuyoshi Wada tonight at Wrigley Field.
Kyle Hendricks pitched seven innings of three-hit ball, and the Cubs topped the Mets, 4-1.
Most notably, baseball needs to connect with the younger generation.
Kyle Hendricks opposes Carlos Torres this afternoon at Citi Field.
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