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Chicago Cubs at Colorado

Jul 30, 2014 at 8:05 PM ET
Chicago Cubs44-61 (27th)24-26 (23rd)20-35 (29th)405 (27th)451 (18th)4-6Won 2
Colorado43-64 (28th)27-29 (20th)16-35 (30th)501 (3rd)555 (30th)3-7Lost 3

Who's Hot

Chicago Cubs

Emilio Bonifacio (IF/OF) .545 in last 11AB
Jake Arrieta (SP) 1-1, 2.38 in last 34IP
Anthony Rizzo (1B) 5HR in last 43AB
Kyle Hendricks (P) 1-1, 0.68 in last 13.1IP


Jorge De la Rosa (SP) 2-0, 2.13 in last 25.1IP
Brett Anderson (SP) 1-0, 0.68 in last 13.1IP
Tyler Matzek (P) 1-0, 2.08 in last 13IP

Who's Cold

Chicago Cubs

Edwin Jackson (SP) 0-2, 10.00 in last 18IP
Nate Schierholtz (RF) .086 in last 35AB
Travis Wood (SP) 0-2, 7.72 in last 16.1IP
Luis Valbuena (3B/2B) .164 in last 61AB
Tsuyoshi Wada (P) 1-1, 4.91 in last 11IP
Arismendy Alcantara (OF/IF) .186 in last 43AB
Chris Coghlan (OF/IF) .227 in last 22AB
Welington Castillo (C) .071 in last 14AB
Junior Lake (OF) .083 in last 12AB
Justin Ruggiano (OF) .125 in last 8AB
John Baker (C) .222 in last 9AB


Charlie Culberson (IF/OF) .077 in last 13AB
Yohan Flande (P) 0-2, 6.06 in last 16.1IP
Carlos Gonzalez (OF) .091 in last 11AB
D.J. LeMahieu (2B) .125 in last 8AB
Brandon Barnes (OF) .143 in last 14AB
Wilin Rosario (C) .182 in last 11AB
Nolan Arenado (3B) .200 in last 10AB
Corey Dickerson (OF) .222 in last 18AB
Charlie Blackmon (OF) .222 in last 9AB


Chicago Cubs

Kyuji Fujikawa (P) Right elbow surgery (60-day DL)
James McDonald (P) Right shoulder injury (60-day DL)
Neil Ramirez (P) Right tricep injury (15-day DL)


Christian Bergman (P) Broken left hand (60-day DL)
Jhoulys Chacin (SP) Right shoulder inflammation (60-day DL)
Tyler Chatwood (SP) Right elbow injury (60-day DL)
Michael Cuddyer (RF/1B) Left shoulder injury (60-day DL)
Jordan Lyles (P) Fractured left hand (60-day DL)
Josh Rutledge (IF) Illness (Day-to-day)
Troy Tulowitzki (SS) Hip injury (15-day DL)

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