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Latest Rick Renteria Items
The Washington Nationals posted football-like numbers in routing the Chicago Cubs on Saturday with Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III watching from the stands. The way Gio Gonzalez is pitching, it was much more than they needed.
Chicago Cubs manager Rick Renteria's eyes were watery after a 9-0 loss Sunday to the Milwaukee Brewers.
Tim Hudson handled the Chicago Cubs the way he has most hitters this season.
Edwin Jackson got roughed up early and couldn't recover.
Anthony Rizzo was back in San Diego, so he hit the beach.
Travis Wood got into trouble in the first inning when he walked the bases loaded before retiring Khris Davis on a grounder that kept the game scoreless.
Edwin Jackson wanted to leave the mound on his own terms.
Darwin Barney hit a long drive to left in the second inning, and Junior Lake went deep in the third. It looked as if the Chicago Cubs were headed for a big day at the plate.
The Chicago Cubs are coming close in a lot of games. They're just having trouble winning many of them.