Tough news for the Cubs today as they’ll have to put two starters on the disabled list after only five games. Andrew Cashner strained his rotator cuff during his first career start Tuesday against the Diamondbacks.
The Chicago Cubs received some bad news on Wednesday, both Andrew Cashner and Randy Wells are headed to the disabled list.
After leaving his first career start with shoulder tightness, Chicago Cubs’ pitcher Andrew Cashner underwent an MRI on Tuesday.
There were a couple of firsts for the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field on Tuesday. Andrew Cashner made his first career start and Tyler Colvin made his first career start at first base.
Andrew Cashner had to leave Tuesday’s game in the 6th inning after he experienced tightness in his right shoulder.
Tyler Colvin will make his first career start at first base when the Chicago Cubs take on the Arizona Diamondbacks today. Carlos Pena suffered a sprained thumb in Monday’s win.
The Chicago Cubs are going for their first consecutive wins of the young 2011 season. Alfonso Soriano, like he has so far this season, could play a big factor in that.
Jim Hendry and Mike Quade ultimately did the right thing regarding bloated man-child Carlos Silva — releasing him, eating the remaining salary, starting Andrew Cashner and keeping Marcos Mateo – but only after the aftermath of the move turned ugly.
Chicago Cubs’ pitcher Carlos Silva has been told that he won’t make the major league roster.
On Friday, Chicago Cubs manager Mike Quade named Randy Wells as the team’s fourth starter. With four of the five starting slots filled, the final spot comes down to Andrew Cashner or Carlos Silva.
Back with the Cubs this year, Kerry Wood got a standing ovation Monday when he made his spring training debut during a 5-3 loss to a Milwaukee Brewers’ split squad.
There are a lot of elements to the Chicago Cubs that could turn into positives or negatives for the team. The purpose of spring training it to do your best to make them positives.
Maybe you’ve heard talk of, or even share, my standard reaction to Cubs maneuvers these days. The shrug. No matter the player acquired, I just can’t seem to divorce myself from broader feelings about the roster, and the man left in charge of the baseball decisions. Carlos Pena at 5 mil, with 5 mil deferred? Solid move. But where’s this club going next season?
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