5:42 AM EDT, Wed May 27, 2015
Washington Post 7 hours ago

Cubs walk off with a win as Desmond’s error dooms Nats in ninth, 3-2

CHICAGO — By winning percentage, the Nationals entered Tuesday as one of the majors’ best teams in one-run games. Manager Matt Williams said before Tuesday’s game the key to that success was the ability to manufacture runs when most necessary – like in the ninth inning of a tie game on the road, for example. Read full article >>
Baltimore Sun 7 hours ago

Russell double gives Cubs 3-2 win over Nationals

CHICAGO (AP) — Addison Russell hit a game-ending RBI double in the ninth inning, and the Chicago Cubs beat the surging Washington Nationals 3-2 on Tuesday night.
CSN Washington 7 hours ago

Nationals lose tough one on walk-off vs. Cubs

Jordan Zimmermann was strong in his start on Tuesday night in Chicago, but it was spoiled by a Cubs walk-off.
Washington Post 11 hours ago

Nats Journal: Nationals-Cubs discussion thread: Game 46

The Nationals will try to clinch a ninth-straight series win Tuesday night, led by starter Jordan Zimmermann, who will work on an extra day of rest. Zimmermann has thrown fewer than 100 pitches in seven of his nine starts this season, and has been particularly efficient lately. He’ll face Cubs right-hander...

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Northwest Herald 4 hours ago

Russell double gives Cubs win over Nationals

CHICAGO – The moment Kris Bryant made contact, just about everyone in the Cubs' dugout rose to take a look.
CSN Washington 6 hours ago

Cubs' farm team trolls Nats, Wizards after walk-off win

The Double-A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs already has a big-league Twitter game. They hit two Washington teams with one stone with this Twitter jab Tuesday night.

Rockies skip De La Rosa because of cut hand

Rockies skip De La Rosa because of cut hand
Northwest Herald May 25, 2015

Cubs fall short in loss to Nationals

CHICAGO – The Cubs played good enough to win. The first-place Washington Nationals just played and pitched a bit better.
CSN Washington May 25, 2015

Roark, Ramos lead Nationals past Cubs 2-1

Tanner Roark stepped in to make a spot start and the Nationals did not skip a beat in a 2-1 win over the Chicago Cubs.

Jorge Soler, Chris Coghlan move up in Cubs' batting order

A brief mist fell Monday morning on Wrigley Field, where the Chicago Cubs open an important three-game series against Washington.
Chicago Tribune May 25, 2015

Jorge Soler, Chris Coghlan move up in Cubs' batting order

A brief mist fell Monday morning on Wrigley Field, where the Chicago Cubs open an important three-game series against Washington.
Northwest Herald May 24, 2015

Cubs finish road trip at .500 after another 1-run loss

PHOENIX – The Cubs went 3-3 on their trip to the Southwest. Not great, Sunday's starter Jason Hammel said, but not awful either.

Cubs Game Day: Scouting report on Jeremy Hellickson

PHOENIX -- If the Chicago Cubs need any additional information Sunday on Arizona pitcher Jeremy Hellickson, they need only to look at the end of their dugout.
Chicago Tribune May 24, 2015

Cubs Game Day: Scouting report on Jeremy Hellickson

PHOENIX -- If the Chicago Cubs need any additional information Sunday on Arizona pitcher Jeremy Hellickson, they need only to look at the end of their dugout.
Arizona Republic May 24, 2015
D-Backs' De La Rosa resilient against Cubs

D-Backs' De La Rosa resilient against Cubs

All four of the runs the Cubs earned off De La Rosa came in the fifth, the stickiest jam the right-hander found himself in during his six innings of work.         
Arizona Republic May 24, 2015
Rewind: Rizzo, Cubs top D-Backs in 9th

Rewind: Rizzo, Cubs top D-Backs in 9th

After a relatively quiet series in Miami, the Diamondbacks' bullpen woes came back with a vengeance Saturday, sending Arizona to a 9-6 loss to the Chicago Cubs in front of 30,502 at Chase Field.         
Northwest Herald May 22, 2015

Hendricks' 5-hitter, Bryant's 2-run homer carry Cubs

SAN DIEGO — Kyle Hendricks hadn't thrown a complete game or shutout in his two-year big league career. He didn't have a win yet this year.

Crunching the numbers for Cubs, White Sox

The approaching Memorial Day weekend means baseball players on teams off to bad starts finally can stop saying, “It’s still early.”

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