Sean Marshall

Kosuke Fukudome

DeWitt’s Two-Run Double Shuts Down Pirates

The Cubs trailed the entire game, unable to score a run until the eighth inning. As if starting the season with two straight losses was not an option, Chicago rallied to score five runs in the eighth inning , including a two-run double by Blake DeWitt that gave the Cubs the lead to win.


Randy Wells

Wells Helps Cubs Sink Mariners

The Chicago Cubs had a slow start, earning their first run in the fourth inning. A four-run seventh inning pushed the Cubs past the Mariners for the win.


Alfonso Soriano

A’s Escape Cubs’ Lead

Thursday, The Chicago Cubs took a late lead over the Oakland A’s with three home runs. The Cubs couldn’t hang on, however, as Oakland took the lead with a three-run ninth inning.


Sean Marshall

Marshall: “Quade Is One Of Us”

When the Cubs’ Lou Piniella stepped down as manager and Mike Quade took over, there was an apparent difference in the team. The Cubs began to win. Now that a new season is about to begin to give Mike Quade a fresh start, they hope things continue to improve.


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

Geovany Soto

Soto Among Four Cubs To Sign Contracts, Avoid Arbitration

On Tuesday, the Chicago Cubs announced new contracts for four players that will keep the players and team from heading into arbitration hearings.


Kerry Wood

Spiegel: Kid K, Take 2, At 33

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?

670 The Score–12/16/2010

Carlos Marmol and Geovany Soto

Six Contracts Expected To Be Tendered By Cubs

The Cubs are expected to “tender” contracts to all of their players Thursday as Major League Baseball and the players association agreed to move the tender deadline to Dec. 2nd. Players who are not offered contracts by Dec. 2nd become free agents.