Cubs Talk

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After a one-hour, 17-minute rain delay, the umpires finally called the game as the Cubs defeated the Marlins 5-1 at Wrigley Field. Starlin Castro led Chicago with a homer during their four-run seventh inning.

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Being at Wrigley Field for the first time since leaving the White Sox, Mark Buehrle noticed a different atmosphere and stated that it didn't have the same 'juice' as it does during the Crosstown Series.

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In September of 2003 Ron Santo had his No. 10 retired by the Cubs. This weekend, he will finally be honored by Major League Baseball in Cooperstown, New York, where he will be inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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Theo Epstein has at least two major trade chips that can impact the future of the Cubs as well as pennant races. The Cubs president and his staff are ready to deal if the right trade presents itself.

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Actors Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell stopped by Wrigley Field before the Cubs-Marlins game to promote their movie 'The Campaign.' The comedians ate pizza with Ryan Dempster and read the lineup card.

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Darwin Barney joins CTL to address trade rumors and says he wants to remain a Cub; talks about the different vibe in the Cubs locker room this season.

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Jeff Samardzija is on the mound for the Cubs as they look to get back in the win column against Ozzie Guillen and the Marlins. Follow all the action with In-Game Live.

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The Cubs will look to take the second game of their three-game set against the Miami Marlins. Jeff Samardzija takes the hill for the North Siders.

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Forbes named the Cubs the 36th most valuable sports franchise in the world, coming in as the fourth most valuable MLB team.

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Chicago athletes Derrick Rose and Jake Peavy were listed as a part of SportsIllustrated's 50 highest paid athletes list, but Alfonso Soriano didn't make the cut.

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