Cubs Talk

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The Cubs scored five runs after the sixth inning, but their late rally came up short as they fell to the Reds, 10-8, Friday afternoon at Wrigley Field.

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Josh Vitters makes his first start at Wrigley Field. Plus, the Cubs know they aren't heading into the playoffs, but wouldn't mind playing spoiler in the meantime.

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After being ejected for disagreeing with the umpire, Steve Clevenger says he will be acting more like a catcher and promises Dale Sveum that type of outburst won't happen again.

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After Alfonso Soriano's game-winning home run on Thursday, the Cubs will battle the Reds in the second matchup of the three-game series at Wrigley Field.

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While Anthony Rizzo doesn't view the Cubs as "his team" just yet, the day is coming when he'll be looked to as a leader on the club. And when that happens, the first baseman says he'll do it with more actions than words.

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Alfonso Soriano discusses his two-run shot in the bottom of the eighth inning Thursday, which propelled the Cubs to their first win since the trading deadline.

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Alfonso Soriano lifted the Cubs over the Reds with a big two-run homer in the bottom half of the eighth inning Thursday night, as the two teams battled through rain and a lengthy delay.

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Cubs Hall of Famer Billy Williams gave Ron Santo a shout-out before singing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" Thursday night at Wrigley Field.

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The Cubs open a four-game series with NL Central-leading Cincinnati tonight. The game was delayed more than an hour, but is underway. You can catch all the action on Comcast SportsNet now.

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Matt Garza said he doesn't like just coming to the ballpark to work out and watch the game from the bench. He wants to play and hopes to return to the mound this season after an arm injury.

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