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Jul 25, 2014
KFFL
Updating a previous report, Chicago Cubs SP Edwin Jackson (hand) is expected to make his ...
Jul 25, 2014
Rotoworld
Edwin Jackson does not have any lingering effects after leaving Thursday's start with cramping in his right hand.
Jul 24, 2014
KFFL
The Chicago Cubs are looking to trade SP Edwin Jackson before the trade deadline but ...

Struggles deepen for Cubs' Jackson

While Chicago Cubs backup catcher John Baker was fist-pumping his way back to the dugout after recording the first – and likely only – victory of his major league pitching career, starter Edwin Jackson was sitting back in the clubhouse amazed that he let his club get into this mess.
Chicago Tribune 9 hours ago

Struggles deepen for Cubs' Jackson

While Chicago Cubs backup catcher John Baker was fist-pumping his way back to the dugout after recording the first – and likely only – victory of his major league pitching career, starter Edwin Jackson was sitting back in the clubhouse amazed that he let his club get into this mess.
KFFL Jul 25, 2014

Cubs | Edwin Jackson expected to make next start

Updating a previous report, Chicago Cubs SP Edwin Jackson (hand) is expected to make his ...
Rotoworld Jul 25, 2014

Edwin Jackson (hand) feeling fine - Edwin Jackson (S) Chicago Cubs

Edwin Jackson does not have any lingering effects after leaving Thursday's start with cramping in his right hand.
KFFL Jul 25, 2014

Cubs | Edwin Jackson OK

Chicago Cubs SP Edwin Jackson (hand) does not have lingering issues after hand cramps forced ...

Edwin Jackson no rookie when it comes to trades

CHICAGO -- Edwin Jackson, who has played for eight teams and been involved in six trades in his career, is once again hearing his name floated as the trade deadline approaches. After a 13-3 loss to the San Diego Padres on Thursday night, the Chicago Cubs starter said his perspective with regard to being traded hasn’t changed much from when he first got moved. “I think I’ve always looked at it the same,” Jackson said. “It’s one of those things that you can’t worry about and you can’t control.
Chicago Sun-Times Jul 24, 2014

Cubs want longer outings from Edwin Jackson

Assuming the Cubs don’t trade him and the injury (right hand cramping) he left with Thursday night isn’t serious, there will be a lot of Edwin Jackson down the stretch. In dealing Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel to the Oakland Athletics, the Cubs sent away two of their innings-eating starters who were capable of saving the bullpen on any day. But with those two chasing a pennant in California, it will fall in part to the veteran Jackson to help spare a set of...

Edwin Jackson leaves game with hand cramps

CHICAGO -- Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Edwin Jackson exited in the sixth inning of Thursday night's game against the San Diego Padres with cramping in his right hand. Jackson gave up five runs (four earned) on seven hits in his five-plus innings of work. Jackson walked Yasmani Grandal to lead off the sixth, then allowed a single to Will Venable before manager Rick Renteria and trainer PJ Mainville came to the mound and eventually removed Jackson from the game.
KFFL Jul 24, 2014

Cubs | Edwin Jackson leaves game

Chicago Cubs SP Edwin Jackson (hand) left the game early Thursday, July 24, because of ...
KFFL Jul 24, 2014

Cubs | Looking to move Edwin Jackson

The Chicago Cubs are looking to trade SP Edwin Jackson before the trade deadline but ...
River Ave. Blues Jul 20, 2014

Martino: Yanks haven’t discussed Kennedy, no interest in Colon or Jackson

Via Andy Martino: The Yankees have not discussed Ian Kennedy with the Padres and they do not have interest in either Bartolo Colon or Edwin Jackson. That last part makes a lot of sense. San Diego has indicated they are willing to keep Kennedy for next year, but that seems like a negotiating ploy more […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogMartino: Yanks haven’t discussed Kennedy, no interest in Colon or Jackson The post Martino: Yanks haven’t discussed Kennedy, no interest in Colon or Jackson appeared first on River Avenue Blues.

Jackson shows signs of life, if briefly

PHOENIX — Through the first four innings of Friday's game at Arizona, it appeared Edwin Jackson might have found at least a little bit of that old magic. To that point, the Chicago Cubs right-hander had faced just one batter over the minimum, threw with good control around the plate, wasn't walking batters and had a good fastball working. He also kept the ball down, and Arizona didn't hit any fly balls during that stretch. Then came the fifth inning, when the Diamondbacks' Nos.
Chicago Tribune Jul 12, 2014

Edwin Jackson labels performance 'embarrassing'

Cubs starter gives up 9 runs in less than 4 innings as generally punchless Braves win 11-6 routEdwin Jackson referred to his performance as "embarrassing" after the veteran right-hander put his team in an deep, early hole Saturday before the Cubs ultimately lost 11-6 to the Braves at Wrigley Field.

Edwin Jackson labels performance 'embarrassing'

Cubs starter gives up 9 runs in less than 4 innings as generally punchless Braves win 11-6 routEdwin Jackson referred to his performance as "embarrassing" after the veteran right-hander put his team in an deep, early hole Saturday before the Cubs ultimately lost 11-6 to the Braves at Wrigley Field.

Jackson: 'It was embarrassing'

CHICAGO -- Not even the excitement of newcomer Arismendy Alcantara could distract Chicago Cubs fans from pitcher Edwin Jackson’s performance on Saturday. The $52 million hurler summed it up better than anyone in the Cubs' 11-6 loss to the Atlanta Braves. "It was an embarrassing, horrendous game," Jackson said. "Flat out. No other way to put it." Jackson couldn’t get out of the fourth inning as he gave up nine runs, including three home runs on seven hits and four walks.

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