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2018 Schedule
10-9, 4th in NL Cent
Maddon hopeful Bryant will be okay (1:05)
1:05

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Joe Maddon give the news that Kris Bryant should be ok after he got hit in the head with a pitch from German Marquez in the first inning of the Cubs win over the Rockies on Sunday.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Javy Baez react to his disagreement with the Rockies DJ LeMahieu after Baez blocked LeMahieu from stealing catcher's signs while LeMahieu was on second base during Sunday's 9-7 Cubs win.

12h

Arenado out at plate in game-ending replay reversal

Nolan Arenado was initially called safe when he tried to score on a bases-loaded pitch that bounced to the backstop, then was ruled out on a video review that ended a 9-7 win for the Chicago Cubs over the Colorado Rockies on Sunday.

Bryant gets hit in the face by pitch (0:59)
Heyward loses ball in the sun (0:29)
Baez cranks solo shot (0:22)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The news on Kris Bryant is good after he got hit in the face by a fastball from Rockies pitcher German Marquez on Sunday. He passed all concussion related tests and only has a laceration above his left eye due to his sunglasses. He'll continue to be monitored.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs star Kris Bryant left Sunday's game against the Rockies after getting hit in the head by a pitch from righty German Marquez in the top of the first inning. Bryant looked woozy as he was helped off the field by the training staff. An ensuing argument, presumably about the intent of the pitch, got Cubs hitting coaches Chili Davis and Andy Haines ejected from the game. The Cubs followed the HBP with four hits, scoring three times, all with two outs.

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16hJesse Rogers

Bryant OK after HBP as Cubs win wild game

Cubs star Kris Bryant is "as good as could be expected" after getting hit in the head by a pitch Sunday in Colorado -- a game that saw Javier Baez accuse the Rockies' DJ LeMahieu of stealing signs and ended with an overturned tag play at home plate.

Rockies use big fifth inning to beat Cubs (1:04)
0:58

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs rookie David Bote react to earning his first big league hit, which came in his hometown, in his first major league at bat.

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1dJesse Rogers

Just called up, Cubs' Bote doubles in 1st bat

Cubs rookie and Coloradan David Bote, called up earlier Saturday, doubled in his first major league at-bat at Coors Field.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Yu Darvish has failed to pitch at least 5 innings in 3 of 4 starts as a Cub this season. Tonight he was pulled in the fifth after giving up a 2-0 lead, allowing 5 runs to score with two outs. And once again he apparently let some adversity get the best of him as he walked pitcher Tyler Anderson before the floodgates opened. Last start it was a balk that admittedly did him in. Darvish's ERA rose to 6.86 after his 4.2 IP, 5 run outing on Saturday vs the Rockies. It also included four walks. The Cubs signed him to a 6-year, $126 million deal this past off-season.

Bote gets first hit in front of his family (0:39)
Contreras hits the top of the wall for two-run double (0:37)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Great moment at Coors Field where 25 year old Cubs rookie David Bote doubles to right center in his first AB in the big leagues. And it comes in his hometown of Denver. Bote was drafted in the 18th round in 2012 and spent parts of 4 years at Single-A. He subsequently got thrown out attempting to steal third base.

1:44

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch newly called up Cubs infielder David Bote discuss making his debut tonight in his hometown. He'll bat 8th and play third base against his childhood team, the Rockies. Bote was an 18th round pick in 2012.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs placed Ben Zobrist (back) on the 10 day DL on Saturday retroactive to April 18. Taking his place is 25 year old David Bote who will make his ML debut against the Rockies Sat night at Coors Field. Bote will bat 8th and play third base after an impressive spring camp. He was drafted in the 18th round in 2012 making this his 7th year in the Cubs system. He's a Colorado native and currently lives about 10 miles north of Denver. He was added to the Cubs 40-man roster last November.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Zobrist said he's going on the 10 day DL to take care of a back injury. It's not serious but he's been out the last few days anyway and the Cubs can make it retroactive so Zobrist can return after the team's current road trip. They'll call someone up from Triple-A for Saturday's game but the move hasn't been announced by the team yet.

1:13

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Albert Almora react to his first career 4 hit game in the Cubs blow out win over the Rockies. He also scored a career high 4 runs.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs1108th
Batting Average.2585th
On Base Percentage.3491st
Slugging Percentage.4256th
Earned Run Average4.1417th
Quality Starts726th
WHIP1.4425th
BAA.24114th