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  • First homer, no waiting: Soler arrives with a bang

    Jorge Soler homered in his first at-bat in the second inning of the Cubs' 7-5 loss to the Reds, hitting a 423-foot blast to center off starter Mat Latos. He's the first Cubs player to hit a home run in his first at-bat since Starlin Castro did so May 7, 2010, also at Great American Ball Park. More »

  • Soler goes deep, aids late rally that falls short

    Jorge Soler's impressive home run wasn't enough as the Cubs came up short in a 7-5 loss to the Reds. Skip Schumaker drove in two runs to back Mat Latos, who struck out 10 over seven-plus innings, to lead the Reds, who have a 10-5 lead in the season series against the Cubs. More »

  • Chicago holds parade for Jackie Robinson West

    Jackie Robinson West's run in the Little League World Series culminated Wednesday with a nearly four-hour parade that weaved through roughly 100 blocks of Chicago. More »

  • Cubs aim to claim rubber game in Cincy behind Arrieta

    After a strong effort in his first Major League start of 2014, Dylan Axelrod will be recalled to help the Reds continue their dominant season over the Cubs, against whom they are 10-5. Chicago will counter with Jake Arrieta, who looks to continue a stellar season. More »

  • Tight lower back keeps Rizzo out of starting lineup

    Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo did not start Wednesday because of lower back tightness, which had forced him out of Tuesday's game. Manager Rick Renteria said Rizzo would receive treatment Wednesday, and he could be back in the lineup Thursday. More »

  • Sweeney, Ruggiano to DL; Watkins recalled

    The Cubs placed outfielders Ryan Sweeney and Justin Ruggiano on the disabled list, and the team was still testing the two players to determine if either injury is season ending. More »

  • Part of rally, Epstein lauds JRW, organizers

    Who's the best baseball team in the city of Chicago? It could be the Jackie Robinson West team, which won the U.S. title in the Little League World Series and was celebrated with a parade in Chicago on Wednesday. More »

  • Cubs win challenge on safe call at first base

    Cubs manager Rick Renteria challenged a safe call at first base in the fifth inning against the Reds, and it was overturned, denying Kris Negron of an infield hit. More »

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