Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Tyler Chatwood is the first Cubs pitcher since Carlos Zambrano in 2007 to walk five or more batters in six different starts. Of course, Zambrano did it over the course of a whole season while Chatwood has done it before Memorial Day. The six starts of walking 5 or more are twice as many as any other pitcher in baseball this season.

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Maddon: Doubt Rays' starter strategy catches on

Cubs manager Joe Maddon said he doesn't believe the Rays' strategy of having a reliever start games will ignite some sort of revolution in baseball. "To see that becoming a part of the norm, I doubt it," he said.

Bubba Watson has some fun at Wrigley Field (0:16)

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Romeo Weems is headed to DePaul. Weems is currently ranked no.30 in the ESPN 60. Huge get for the Blue Demons.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The latest, outside the Cubs clubhouse, combining art and baseball.

Le Batard and Stephen A. debate Warriors vs. MJ's Bulls (1:38)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Kyle Schwarber discuss getting tossed for the first time in his career after arguing a called third strike.

Schwarber ejected after arguing strikeout (0:32)
Darvish fans 7 in Cubs' win (0:32)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Schwarber was kicked out of the game by home plate umpire John Tumpane after arguing a called strike 3 that looked high. He and Tumpane began arguing before Javy Baez got in between them to help settle Schwarber down. Joe Maddon then had his say with the umpire also. Schwarber had a questionable strike 1 call on him in the previous at-bat as well.