Cubs roar back against Rockies

After going down in order in the first 3 innings, Chicago has batted around in the 4th, putting up 6 runs to take a 6-4 lead and knocking out Colorado starter Jorge De La Rosa. Follow live

CarGo gives Rockies early lead over Cubs

Carlos Gonzalez put Colorado on the board first with a 2-run HR in the 3rd inning off Kyle Hendricks. Gonzalez now has five HRs in his past four games. Follow live

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Theo Epstein: All trade possiblities in play

Chicago Cubs president Theo Epstein dissected his team's chances of making a trade before Friday's non-waiver deadline, though nothing seems imminent.

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Banks' wife: He had dementia when signing will

A court filing by the estranged wife of Chicago Cubs great Ernie Banks contends the Hall of Famer was diagnosed with dementia days before he signed a will benefiting his caretaker.

Cubs keep spot after Hamels' no-no

For the first time since 1965, the Cubs were no-hit over the weekend. The momentary power outage had no bearing on their place in the rankings. MLB Power Rankings

Deadline options remain for Chicago

Will Cole Hamels find a new home in Chicago? The Cubs still want an elite starting pitcher, but they could make a smaller deal for the Marlins' Mat Latos. Updated deadline preview (Insider)

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Olney: Rangers will likely land Cole Hamels

ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney covers the latest on the trade deadline, including the Royals' acquisition of Johnny Cueto, the status of David Price and the most likely destination for Cole Hamels.

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Rapid Reaction: Phillies 11, Cubs 5

Rapid Reaction from the Philadelphia Phillies' 11-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs Sunday to finalize a three-game sweep by Philadelphia.

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Making the best of a bad situation

Cubs catcher David Ross took the mound in the 9th as his team trailed the Phillies 11-4, and he pitched a 1-2-3 frame. He also had a 1-2-3 inning vs. the Brewers on May 9 in his only other career appearance. Ross is the first position player with multiple appearances in a season for the Cubs since Doug Dascenzo (1991).

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Phillies sweep Cubs (0:41)
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Phillies beat Cubs 11-5 for series sweep

Ryan Howard homered for the second straight day, rookie Aaron Nola got his first major league win and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Chicago Cubs 11-5 on Sunday to complete a three-game serie

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Phillies sweep Cubs at Wrigley Field

The Phils took the final game of the series 11-5 as Aaron Nola earned his first MLB win. Catcher David Ross pitched the top of the 9th for the Cubs, then promptly hit a solo shot to lead off the bottom of the 9th. Since the All-Star break, the Phillies are 8-1. Box score

Position player pitching for Cubs

Catcher David Ross is on the mound for the second time this season as the Cubs trail the Phillies 11-4 in the 9th. This is not a good series for the Cubs, who were no-hit Saturday. Follow live

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Sources: Rangers, Dodgers lead Hamels chase

The Texas Rangers and Los Angeles Dodgers have emerged over the weekend as the likely favorites to trade for Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels, multiple sources told ESPN.com.

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Phillies staying hot in Chicago

The good news for the Cubs is they won't get no hit today. The bad news is after cutting into the Phillies' lead, they've given up two more runs in the 4th inning and now trail 5-2. The Phillies are 7-1 since the All-Star Break. Follow live

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Report: Hamels trade gaining steam

Cole Hamels' no-hitter Saturday has improved trade offers for the Phillies ace, according to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal, who listed the Cubs, Dodgers, Rangers, Yankees and Giants as teams with the most recent interest.

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Cole Hamels savors no-hitter in face of trade rumors

If Saturday's no-hitter was an audition of sorts for trade-deadline suitors such as the Chicago Cubs, Cole Hamels passed with flying colors.

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Hamels' pitches were untouchable

The Phillies ace dominated a team that hadn't been no-hit in 50 years. Here's a look at how he won and what was historic about the start.

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Hamels throws 13th no-hitter in Phillies history (3:17)
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Rapid Reaction: Phillies 5, Cubs 0

Cole Hamels, rumored to be a trade target of the Chicago Cubs', tossed a no-hitter in the Philadelphia Phillies' 5-0 victory over the Cubs.

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Cole Hamels shines in no-hitter

John Jackson on the potential trade target: "Hamels certainly showed all who were watching -- especially the Cubs -- that there's nothing wrong with his stuff. He consistently threw his fastball 94, 95 mph and effectively changed speeds by mixing in his cutter (90 mph), curveball (79, 80) and changeup (86).” More reaction

Watch: SportsCenter on Hamels' no-no

SportsCenter has complete postgame coverage from Cole Hamels' no-hitter against the Cubs. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs36924th
Batting Average.23728th
On Base Percentage.31319th
Slugging Percentage.37026th
Earned Run Average3.436th
Quality Starts4917th
WHIP1.193rd
BAA.2393rd

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