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Chicago Cubs Stats and Standings (as of 5/14/12)

The Cubs were a couple of pitches away from having a really good weekend, and an excellent week of baseball.  Instead they settled for winning one out of three against the Brewers to close out a good week of baseball.  The Cubs currently sit in last in the Central, but only trail the Cardinals, who they face next, by six games.

 

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Thanks for reading,
– George

 

Iowa Cubs Stats and Standings (as of 5/14/12)

The Iowa Cubs are starting to turn things around, going 6-4 in their last ten games which was good enough to push them into second place.  The I-Cubs currently sit 7 games behind the Omaha Storm Chasers in the PCL American Northern Division.  Anthony Rizzo continues to lead the charge, and he will until he gets the call from the north siders.

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Thanks for reading,
– George

 

Tennessee Smokies Stats and Standings (as of 5/14/12)

The Smokies can’t seem to get on track as they struggled through another week.  They are 3-7 in their last ten games and have fallen 7 games back of the division leading Jackson Generals.  Maybe this will be the week where the Smokies gain their footing and move forward instead of always one step forward and two steps back.

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Thanks for reading,
– George

Daytona Cubs Stats and Standings (as of 5/14/12)

 

Another team playing well, their place in the standings and overall record might not reflect that but the Daytona Cubs are 6-4 in their last 10 games.  The change in fortune for Daytona might start with Matt Szczur who has been on a steady climb after getting out of the gates slowly this year.  Over his last ten games Szczur has three multi-hit games and he is hitting .286 over that span.

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Thanks for reading,
– George

Peoria Chiefs Stats and Standings (as of 5/14/12)

 

The Chiefs have turned it around, they have won three straight and have climbed out of the basement of the Midwest League Western Division.  Peoria’s pitching has been lights out of late which is a big reason why they have turned it around, they currently sit 7 games out of first.

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Thanks for reading,
– George

 

Chicago Cubs Stats and Standings (as of 5/7/12)

This would be the second straight week of what I would call improvement from the ball club.  They are playing better games for longer periods of time, we seem to be seeing less blow ups where the game is over before it starts as well.  We are also seeing a never give up attitude from the Cubs as they have fought back already a handful of times.  Hoping to see even more improvement this week.

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Thanks for reading,
– George

 

Iowa Cubs Stats and Standings (as of 5/7/12)

The I-Cubs are struggling, going 3-7 in their last 10 games, and I really can’t say I blame them.  Because of illness and injury the Cubs have had to poach players from Iowa, and that will have an effect for sure.  Travis Wood, Randy Wells, Welington Castillo, Tony Campana, and now Adrian Cardenas have all been called up at one point or another.  Here’s hoping for a better week.

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Thanks for reading,
– George

 

Tennessee Smokies Stats and Standings (as of 5/7/12)

Another tough week for the Smokies, but they got some help on Sunday.  Junior Lake was added to the roster now that he is fully healthy, he should start helping the Smokies offense immediately.  However, with one addition there was a subtraction as Jonathan Mota, arguably the best hitter to date for the Smokies was promoted to AAA.

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Thanks,
– George

Daytona Cubs Stats and Standings (as of 5/7/12)

The D-Cubs have struggled, but might be showing some signs of life coming out of this weekend as they have won their last two games.  If you need concrete evidence of their offensive struggles take a look at Austin Kirk’s numbers, he’s suffering from Ryan Dempster-itis.

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Thanks, George

Peoria Chiefs Stats and Standings (as of 5/7/12)

The Chiefs are struggling, and this weekend did nothing to help that as they gave up a lot of runs, I refuse to add it up, but it was a lot.  Here’s to a better week ahead, go Chiefs!

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Thanks, George

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