Sean Marshall


Based on the first inning, it looked like more of the same for Cubs starter Travis Wood.


CINCINNATI -- Nate Schierholtz drove in three runs and


Travis Wood didn't finish 2013 with a 0.00 ERA, so he isn't happy just yet.

Wood, the Cubs' lone All-Star last year, refuses to get complacent.


One ex-Cub may be the talk of the town right now, but when playoff baseball starts Tuesday night, Joe Girardi will have no impact on what happens in October.


CINCINNATI – Sean Marshall had pretty much seen it all with the Cubs, how Wrigley Field could rock when they were in first place and how it could turn into a circus or become toxic with the