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Rizzo (back) finally returns to Cubs' lineup - Anthony Rizzo (1B) Chicago Cubs

Anthony Rizzo (back) is in the Cubs' starting lineup on Monday night against the Reds.
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Cubs | Anthony Rizzo returns

Chicago Cubs 1B Anthony Rizzo (back) is in the starting lineup Monday, Sept. 15.
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Soler (birth of child) returns to lineup Mon. - Jorge Soler (OF) Chicago Cubs

Jorge Soler (paternity) is back in the Cubs' starting lineup on Monday versus the Reds.

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Progress for Javier Baez? Lay off high stuff

There seems to be two camps of thought when it comes to Chicago Cubs rookie Javier Baez. One believes he'll eventually learn how to hit in the big leagues because he's struggled and adjusted at every level of baseball, while the other simply thinks there's no hope for that violent swing. ESPN Insider Keith Law writes here why the concern over Baez is premature. Baez is following a long established pattern. First he struggles then he adujsts and starts to succeed.
Toronto Sun Sep 10, 2014
Jays trounce Cubs, win 4th straight and 9 of last 11

Jays trounce Cubs, win 4th straight and 9 of last 11

Another day, another powerful pitching performance.
John Lott / National Post Sep 10, 2014
Toronto Blue Jays complete sweep with 11-1 win against Chicago Cubs

Toronto Blue Jays complete sweep with 11-1 win against Chicago Cubs

Toronto won 11-1 and swept the series from a wretched Cubs team.

Slumping young Cubs 'learning a lesson'

It lasted almost three and a half minutes -- nearly uninterrupted. Chicago Cubs manager Rick Renteria spoke to reporters in Toronto at length about his team's 9-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night, their fifth defeat in a row. "That's probably the worst game we've played all year," he said. "These men know that. It is something where we have to regroup and get our mind back around playing the game a certain way. As young men they're learning a lesson.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 10, 2014

Marcus Stroman has high praise for Cubs’ prospects

TORONTO — Marcus Stroman didn’t have to read the reports over the summer linking his name to the Cubs in those Jeff Samardzija trade talks. The Toronto Blue Jays’ prized rookie pitcher knew that Theo Epstein had his eye on him ever since his time at Duke when the then-Boston GM chatted up the pitcher/shortstop at one of his games against Boston College. Stroman, the powerful right-hander who thought he might get drafted by the Red Sox until the Blue Jays took...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 10, 2014

A loss to remember in a lost season for Cubs

wednesday CUBS AT BLUE JAYS The facts: 6:07 p.m., CSN, 720-AM. The pitchers: Kyle Hendricks  (6-1, 2.02 ERA) vs. Drew Hutchison (9-11, 4.47). …
Northwest Herald Sep 9, 2014

Bautista's big hit helps Blue Jays beat Cubs

TORONTO – Jose Bautista hit a go-ahead, three-run double in the seventh inning and the Toronto Blue Jays rallied to beat the Cubs, 9-2, on Tuesday night
Toronto Star Sep 9, 2014
Blue Jays back Mark Buehrle in win over Cubs

Blue Jays back Mark Buehrle in win over Cubs

Toronto has now won eight of their last 10 games as veteran lefty continues march to 200 innings.
National Post Sep 9, 2014
Jose Bautista delivers clutch double in Toronto Blue Jays win over Chicago Cubs

Jose Bautista delivers clutch double in Toronto Blue Jays win over Chicago Cubs

Jose Bautista had the key hit in a second-straight Toronto win over the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday, a 9-2 victory.

Why Jon Lester makes sense for Cubs

While watching the Chicago Cubs take on the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night, you might want to change the television channel to get a glimpse of Oakland Athletics starter Jon Lester as he pitches against the White Sox. Could Lester return to Chicago next season as a top-of-the-rotation starter for the Cubs? A free agent at season's end, Lester has a good relationship with the Cubs front office and is still seemingly in the prime of his career.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 9, 2014

Starlin Castro refuses to say his 2014 is over

If this is his final month as a Cub, shortstop Starlin Castro refuses to spend time considering it.

Bryant wins BA minor league player of year

CHICAGO -- Chicago Cubs third base prospect Kris Bryant is Baseball America’s minor league player of the year, the publication announced on Tuesday. Bryant is the first Cub to win the award since its inception in 1981. Bryant, 22, hit a combined 43 home runs between Double and Triple-A this season while hitting .325 and driving in 110 runs. His OPS was 1.098. Bryan has also won the USA Today minor league player of the year. Past winners of the Baseball America award include Mike Trout (2011), Paul Konerko (1997) and Derek Jeter (1994).

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