Two brothers who saved a mother and daughter from a fiery crash last month, now are trying to help them rebuild their shattered lives.
According to a report, the Chicago White Sox have signed former Chicago Cub Doug Davis to a Minor League contract.
“The bantering that goes on about how many people will be out of here is foolish.” – Jim Hendry
The Cubs released pitcher Doug Davis and reactivated second baseman Darwin Barney from the disabled list in advance of Wednesday night’s game.
There are many reasons to explain the Cubs’ 32-47 record. The main reason in this lost season is the Cubs’ starting pitching.
Pat Burrell and Aaron Rowand drove in three runs apiece and the Giants beat the Cubs 13-7 Tuesday afternoon in the first game of a day-night doubleheader.
Despite losing the series to the White Sox, the Cubs are playing much better baseball as a team.
Doug Davis pitched into the eighth inning in easily his best start of the season and the Cubs beat the New York Yankees 3-1 Friday.
Ryan Howard went 3 for 3 and drove in three runs, and Roy Oswalt recovered from a rocky first to pitch seven solid innings and lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 4-3 comeback victory over the Chicago Cubs on Sunday.
The Cubs lose 3-1 to Houston and leave Wrigley after their 3-6 homestand.
Kosuke Fukudome hit a lead-off home run, but the Chicago Cubs would only muster two more hits for the rest of the game and would eventually lose to the Houston Astros by a score of 3-1.
Cubs lose opener 4-2 as Soriano goes deep late, but offense falls short.
The Red Sox piled on 19 hits and didn’t exactly welcome the Cubs back to Fenway Park tonight from a 93 year absence with open arms as they beat the North Siders 15-5.
Ryan Vogelsong pitched six innings in a rain-shortened game for his first career shutout and Buster Posey hit an RBI single to lead the Giants to a 3-0 win over the Cubs.
Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Randy Wells will make his first rehab start on Tuesday when he pitches for the Cubs’ Single-A affiliate, the Peoria Chiefs.
Veteran pitcher Doug Davis will make his first start as a Cub, and his first start since October elbow surgery, when the Chicago Cubs take on the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants on Saturday.
The Chicago Cubs have signed veteran left-hander Doug Davis to a Minor League on Tuesday, according to the team’s official website.