CHICAGO -- Sometime soon, the Cubs will trade their valuable assets and build toward the future.
Until those deals happen, the 25 players on Chicago's roster figure they'll do everything they can to prove the Cubs aren't as bad as much of the first half indicated.
On Thursday, they once again did a pretty darn good job.
Cubs left-hander Paul Maholm tossed eight innings of one-run ball and left fielder Alfonso Soriano's solo home run sparked a four-run fifth, as the Cubs beat the Marlins, 4-2, on Thursday afternoon at Wrigley Field.
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