Cubs put Aramis Ramirez on the DL

CHICAGO, Aug. 26 (UPI) -- The Chicago Cubs Friday placed third baseman Aramis Ramirez on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained left quadriceps muscle.

MLB: ChiCubs 3, San Francisco 2

CHICAGO, July 25 (UPI) -- Jeromy Burnitz hit a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth Monday to give the Chicago Cubs a 3-2 victory over the the San Francisco Giants.

MLB: Pittsburgh 3, Chicago Cubs 0

CHICAGO, July 16 (UPI) -- Zach Duke threw eight scoreless innings Saturday to lead Pittsburgh over the Chicago Cubs, 3-0.

MLB: Milwaukee 6, Chicago Cubs 5

MILWAUKEE, May 5 (UPI) -- Carlos Lee hit an RBI single in the ninth inning Thursday and Milwaukee won its seventh straight game, edging the Chicago Cubs 6-5.

Cubs lose Garciaparra for 2-3 months

CHICAGO, April 21 (UPI) -- Chicago Cubs shortstop Nomar Garciaparra, who injured his left groin in a game in St. Louis, will be sidelined 2-3 months, the Cubs announced Thursday.
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Ronny Cedeno
Seattle Mariners' Ronny Cedeno sits alone in the dugout after the Cleveland Indians beat the Mariners 12-2 at SAFECO Field in Seattle on July 26, 2009. During the three game sweep of the Mariners, the Indians outscored the Mariners by a collective score of 31-6. (UPI Photo/Jim Bryant)

Ronny Alexander Cedeño (born February 2, 1983) is a Venezuelan professional baseball shortstop with the Pittsburgh Pirates of Major League Baseball. He bats and throws right-handed and was born in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela.

Cedeño spent his five-season minor league career playing in the Cubs' farm system, reaching the Double-A level in 2004 with the Diamond Jaxx. In 116 games, he posted a .279 batting average with six home runs and 48 RBI. He was selected as a midseason Southern League All-Star.

Cedeño was called up in April 2005 to replace Nomar Garciaparra on the Cubs' roster. He made big-league debut for the Chicago Cubs on April 23, 2005, but spent most of his time on the bench, as Neifi Pérez was awarded the starting job. After the Cubs signed Enrique Wilson, Cedeño was sent back down to the Triple-A Iowa Cubs. In 65 games at Iowa in 2005, Cedeño batted an impressive .355, and slugged over .500 for the first time in his professional career. He returned to the Cubs in June after Wilson was himself sent down to Iowa.

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