Jake Arrieta

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MILWAUKEE — A fan on Miller Park’s second level watched Sunday’s game from behind home plate, wearing a blue Cubs jersey with “NEXT YEAR” and two zeroes sewn onto the back.

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At some point, Rick Renteria will have to run on a platform that’s more than Not Being Dale Sveum.

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The Cubs got a slight bump in attendance for Wrigley Field’s centennial, stopping a steady five-year decline with their promising group of young players, an August/September schedule loaded with c

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Jake Arrieta fired his 97th pitch of the night and walked off the mound as Luis Valbuena fired across the diamond to retire St. Louis rookie Oscar Taveras.

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The Cubs need pitching and will have money to spend this winter. Justin Masterson is a Midwest guy who needs a place to hit the reset button on his career.

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