Rosenthal: Zambrano Won't Pitch For Cubs AgainAs the player's union challenges the Cubs' placement of Carlos Zambrano on the disqualified list, fans are wondering whether or not the team's winningest pitcher over the last 10 years will ever pitch again for the Cubs.
Mariners Designate Milton Bradley For AssignmentThe Seattle Mariners have designated former Chicago Cub Milton Bradley for assignment, all but ending the controversial outfielders time with the Mariners.
Report: Silva Signs Deal With YankeesThe Chicago Cubs bit the bullet and let Carlos Silva go just a couple of weeks ago, now reports are out that the Yankees want the former Cubs pitcher.
Quade Will Soon Face His Biggest Test New Chicago Cubs' manager Mike Quade has already faced a wide range of tests, and he's passed them all.
Bernstein: What Took So Long With Silva?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.
Dorfman: So Long Carlos, It Hasn't Been Good to Know YouWelcome Carlos Silva to the A & W club. What is the A & W club? It has nothing to do with root beer. The A & W Club is a cabal of athletes who come into a town and prove to be as annoying off the field as they are worthless on it.
Cubs Release Carlos SilvaThe Chicago Cubs announced Sunday morning the unconditional release of right-handed pitcher Carlos Silva.
Silva Won't Make Cubs' Roster, Might Be TradedChicago Cubs' pitcher Carlos Silva has been told that he won't make the major league roster.
Wells Named Cubs' Fourth StarterOn 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.
Silva Leads Cubs Past A'sThe Cubs defeated the Oakland A's Wednesday and Carlos Silva had his best performance of a difficult spring.
Jim Hendry Joins Hit & RunWith only ten days left in spring training, it's hard to give the Chicago Cubs an identity. Matt Spiegel and Barry Rozner take on that task as they talked with Jim Hendry today on Hit & Run.
Cubs Score 13 Runs, Lose To Reds By 1NL MVP Joey Votto hit a two-run homer, Scott Rolen had a three-run shot and the Cincinnati Reds outlasted the Chicago Cubs 14-13 on Friday.