For this week's "Dumb" column, we'll discuss the Nationals' dust-up and much more.
Because it was Zoo Day at Wrigley Field, of course.
One World Series championship along with what appears to be three last place finishes. What a weird tenure for now-former Red Sox GM Ben Cherington.
No, Chris Coghlan isn't as good as Ben Zobrist, but Cubs manager Joe Maddon is making him into a poor-man's version by moving him all around the diamond.
Phillies center fielder Odubel Herrera made tremendous catches in both the eighth and ninth innings on Saturday to save Cole Hamels' no-hitter.
With scouts from numerous teams watching, Hamels breaks recent slump and dominates Cubs -- a potential trade partner for GM Ruben Amaro -- for his first career solo no-hitter.
The Cubs are set to recall top prospect Kyle Schwarber when the team returns from the break, and it could be for good this time. Chris Towers says you have to go pick him up at the Fantasy Baseball Today blog.
The Cubs are calling up top prospect Kyle Schwarber now that Miguel Montero is going on the DL. Unlike the Kris Bryant situation earlier this year, they're putting winning ahead of development.
The Mets were no-hit by Chris Heston on Tuesday as the club continues to struggle at the plate. That story and lots more is in today's edition of Eye on MLB.
Tigers center fielder Rajai Davis made an incredible catch that cost the Cubs a two-run homer Tuesday. Here it is.

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