Carlos Silva

Carlos Zambrano. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Rosenthal: Zambrano Won’t Pitch For Cubs Again

As 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.

670 The Score–08/15/2011

Eric Wedge and Milton Bradley

Mariners Designate Milton Bradley For Assignment

The Seattle Mariners have designated former Chicago Cub Milton Bradley for assignment, all but ending the controversial outfielders time with the Mariners.

CBS Chicago–05/09/2011

Carlos Silva

Report: Silva Signs Deal With Yankees

The 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.


Mike Quade

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.


Carlos Silva

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.

670 The Score–03/28/2011

Carlos Silva

Dorfman: So Long Carlos, It Hasn’t Been Good to Know You

Welcome 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.

670 The Score–03/28/2011

Carlos Silva

Cubs Release Carlos Silva

The Chicago Cubs announced Sunday morning the unconditional release of right-handed pitcher Carlos Silva.


Carlos Silva

Silva Won’t Make Cubs’ Roster, Might Be Traded

Chicago Cubs’ pitcher Carlos Silva has been told that he won’t make the major league roster.


Randy Wells

Wells Named Cubs’ Fourth Starter

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.


Carlos Silva

Silva Leads Cubs Past A’s

The Cubs defeated the Oakland A’s Wednesday and Carlos Silva had his best performance of a difficult spring.


Jim Hendry

Jim Hendry Joins Hit & Run

With 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.

670 The Score–03/20/2011

Carlos Silva

Cubs Score 13 Runs, Lose To Reds By 1

NL 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.


Mike Quade

Right Now, Quade ‘Pushing All The Right Buttons’

Chicago Cubs manager Mike Quade has plenty of experience as a manager in the minor leagues, but this will be his first full season as the manager of a major league club.

670 The Score–03/15/2011

Carlos Silva

Cubs Come Close, Fall To Reds In Split Squad Game

The Chicago Cubs came within one run of the Cincinnati Reds Saturday, but couldn’t overcome the one run deficit. The Reds’ lefty Willis was injured, however, after tipping over a bat.


Carlos Silva

Cubs Overcome Silva’s Rough Start

It hasn’t been a very smooth spring training for Chicago Cubs’ pitcher Carlos Silva. After already have one shaky start and an altercation with a teammate, Silva added another rough start on Monday.


Mike Quade

Quade: ‘Maybe A Little Civil War Is Good’

Mike Quade’s tenure as the Chicago Cubs manager got off to a pretty rocky start when Carlos Silva and Aramis Ramirez got into a dugout scuffle after errors were committed while Silva was on the mound.

670 The Score–03/04/2011

Mike Quade

Quade Is OK With Dugout Scuffle, If Team Improves

Wednesday was a rough day for the Cubs giving up six runs, two home runs and committing three errors in the first inning alone. A scuffle broke out in the dugout as a result of the team’s frustration. Manager Mike Quade is letting that slide, granted the team improves.


Mike Quade

Spiegel: Mike Quade’s Risky Play

Mike Quade’s reaction to the spring training dugout scuffle has incensed many. The Cub haters have seized upon it, and many defeatist Cubs fans, expecting a sign that the status quo of losing will reign, have shaken their head in disappointment.

670 The Score–03/03/2011

Carlos Silva

Plesac: Cubs’ Fight Was No Big Deal

After the first inning of their third spring training game Carlos Silva and Aramis Ramirez got in to a dugout scuffle after Silva became upset over errors the Cubs’ defense committed.

670 The Score–03/03/2011

Carlos Silva

Bernstein: Cubs Should Dump Silva

Can Carlos Silva be traded for Charlie Sheen?

670 The Score–03/03/2011