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  1. No Cubs snubs, but two had All-Star shot

    Sahadev Sharma

    It's hardly a surprise that Starlin Castro is the lone All-Star from the Chicago Cubs. However, what may be a little bit of a shock is that two other players from a team that sits 16 games under .500 may have had a shot as well. Setup man Sean Ma...

    Blog | July 03, 2011
  2. Cubs won't trade core players

    Sahadev Sharma

    CHICAGO -- Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry seemed to bristle at the use of the term "fire-sale." It's important, however, not to interpret his comments on Wednesday as a sign that the Cubs will not be moving anyone as the trade deadline appro...

    Blog | June 29, 2011
  3. Jim Hendry says Chicago Cubs will not conduct fire sale

    Sahadev Sharma

    Chicago Cubs GM Jim Hendry says the team will not conduct a fire sale.

    Story | Conversation | June 29, 2011
  4. Rapid Reaction: Cubs 3, Pirates 2

    Sahadev Sharma

    CHICAGO -- A quick look at the Chicago Cubs' 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates after a long rain delay on Sunday at Wrigley Field. The good: After starter Ryan Dempster allowed two first-inning runs, he combined with the bullpen to shut down the...

    Blog | May 29, 2011
  5. Sunday's Cubs lineup vs. Pirates

    Sahadev Sharma

    Here is the Chicago Cubs' starting lineup against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday at Wrigley Field. Kosuke Fukudome - RF Darwin Barney - 2B Starlin Castro - SS Aramis Ramirez - 3B Carlos Pena - 1B Alfonso Soriano - LF Tony Campana - CF Koy...

    Blog | May 29, 2011
  6. Sunday's lineup: Ramirez back; Soriano sits

    Sahadev Sharma

    CHICAGO -- Aramis Ramirez returns to the Chicago Cubs lineup on Sunday against the San Francisco Giants after a two-day absence. The Cubs third baseman was in the Dominican Republic tending to personal matters. Alfonso Soriano gets the day off, as...

    Blog | May 15, 2011
  7. Cubs hitting, just not in the clutch

    Sahadev Sharma

    CHICAGO -- The Chicago Cubs have been hitting the ball all season, but for some reason, when men get on base their bats have gone silent. The Cubs are hitting .268 (second best in the NL), but with men in scoring position their average plummets to ....

    Blog | May 08, 2011