Jonny Gomes hit a three-run homer and drove in four as the Cincinnati Reds sent the frustrated Cubs to their seventh straight loss Monday night.
Matt Garza is projected to come off the disabled list and start Monday’s game in Cincinnati, the Cubs announced Friday.
The reliever’s throwing error let two runs score that sent the Cincinnati Reds to a 7-5 win over the Chicago Cubs.
Cubs manager Mike Quade was furious Monday night, after the team were pummeled 7-4 by the Cincinnati Reds. Meanwhile, outfielder Tyler Colvin is being sent off to the minor leagues.
Carlos Zambrano had won his last 10 starts on the road, matching the second-longest such streak in Cubs history since 1919. He took a one-hitter into the sixth on Monday, then fell apart.
The Cincinnati Reds got the best of the Cubs twice Saturday with both teams playing split-squad games, both times Chicago was just down by one. Starlin Castrol helped give the Cubs gain a lead with a home run, but that was short-lived.
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.
Sunday, the Chicago Cubs played two games with the team split up playing the Reds and LA Dodgers. The team had a better outing against the Dodgers than they did the Reds. The Cubs only got two hits and were unable to score.
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