Despite a valiant comeback attempt by the San Francisco Giants, the Chicago Cubs took care of business in a game that saw Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo hit two home runs.
The Chicago Cubs have seemed to live and die by way of the solo home run ball thus far this season, with several of their victories coming in games in which hits were hard to come by...
A Cubs comeback almost happened but the San Francisco Giants held on to defeat the Chicago Cubs on Monday night at Wrigley Field.
With the influx of young talent already with the Cubs, the question has been raised if Ian Happ will spend the better part of his career as a Cub, or will he be dealt to address pitching needs.
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|5/17||Cubs ride five-run second inning to victory|
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|5/16||Joe Maddon gets win No. 1000 as Cubs outslug Reds|
|5/16||The Rise of Ian Happ|
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|5/13||Ian Happ called up by the Cubs|
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