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Topic - Luis Valbuena
On a bizarre weather night at Wrigley Field, the Nationals came up short late and lost 5-3 to the Cubs.
Until Carlos Quentin drove a two-run, pinch-hit homer off the facade in left field, the San Diego Padres' offense had been pedestrian against Travis Wood of the Chicago Cubs.
Other than one bad pitch, Chicago Cubs left-hander Travis Wood had a pretty good night.
The Chicago Cubs are coming close in a lot of games. They're just having trouble winning many of them.
Standing in the dugout with hands on hips, Cubs starter Travis Wood looked a little worn and frustrated after a tough outing against the Brewers.
Brandon McCarthy is concerned that there is too much negativity surrounding the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Junior Lake's big day helped bail out Jason Hammel.
Luis Valbuena hit a three-run homer just inside the right field foul pole to highlight the Chicago Cubs' 7-0 win Friday over the crosstown rival Chicago White Sox.
The Cleveland Indians are juggling their roster just before a key three-game series with the AL Central Division-leading Detroit Tigers.
Brad Bergesen pitched a two-hitter for his first win in nearly three months and the surging Baltimore Orioles beat the Cleveland Indians 3-1 Wednesday night.
"I didn't even know it was coming at me, to be honest with you," he said. "I didn't know where it was. I finally figured that the ball was coming towards me, because everybody was looking at me and pointing in my direction. But it is scary, because … once I figured out the ball was coming towards me, I didn't want to look up. Because the last thing I wanted was to let a ball hit me in my pretty face."
"Everybody was aggressive," Chicago's Luis Valbuena said