Winning Wasn’t In The Cards

The Cards put aces to work for a last ditch effort but, the effort resulted in a house of cards falling to the Wrigley turf.

Matt Garza was Chicago’s starting pitcher, yielding 10 hits over 6+ innings. It was not a typical Garza stellar performance but, he held the Cards back giving up just 2 ERs for the 10 hits. Garza had 4 SOs, and 2 walks.

The Cubs led by, as much as 6-1 after 6 but, of course there is the Cubs bullpen. Yes, it’s getting better but, not the best pen, around. The combination of pitchers from the bullpen would make it a little more interesting, as usual. The relievers gave up 2 Rs, 1 ER.

When it was all over, there was no winning in the Cards as the Cubs put the game in the win column, 6-4. More on Saturday’s game from the
Cubs Home Page
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I’m still not wanting to see Garza or, Soriano traded. The only exception might be if, the parent club is an immediate beneficiary of one heck of a quality trade.

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