Fast Break Morning Update: Cubs win with walkoff, White Sox lose

Fast Break Morning Update: Cubs win with walkoff, White Sox lose

Here are some of Wednesday's top stories in Chicago sports:

Five Things to Watch: Blackhawks look to avoid series sweep to Predators in Game 4 tonight on CSN

Addison Russell’s walk-off homer sends the message for Cubs: ‘We never quit’

Jose Abreu, Tim Anderson show promising signs but White Sox fall to Yankees

Blackhawks need goals from everybody, but especially from Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane

The hour-long meeting between Butler, Wade and Rondo that led to Bulls' Game 2 victory

Jose Quintana preps for next big performance after Tonight Show appearance

NBA Buzz: Rajon Rondo's rollercoaster ride

Bears draft preview: Signing Dion Sims upgrades TE but draft has quality options

Bulls Talk Podcast: Are Bulls built better for postseason than regular season?

Cubs rearranging rotation means Jon Lester won't face Red Sox and pitch this time at Fenway Park

Preview: Cubs open series vs. Red Sox tonight on CSN Plus

Preview: Cubs open series vs. Red Sox tonight on CSN Plus

The Cubs take on the Boston Red Sox tonight, and you can catch all the action on CSN and live streaming on CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports App.

Coverage begins with Cubs Pregame Live at 6 p.m. Then catch first pitch with Len Kasper and Jim Deshaies. Be sure to stick around after the final out to get analysis and player reaction on Cubs Postgame Live.

Today’s starting pitching matchup: Jake Arrieta (3-0, 3.65 ERA) vs. Drew Pomeranz (1-1, 4.60 ERA)

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CubsTalk Podcast: Top prospect update

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CubsTalk Podcast: Top prospect update

Mick Gillispie — the broadcaster for the Double-A Tennessee Smokies as well as the Cubs' spring training broadcaster — joins Tony Andracki to break down some of the organization's top prospects, analyzing the beginning of the 2017 season for guys Ian Happ, Duane Underwood, Eloy Jimenez, Chesny Young, Victor Caratini and Trevor Clifton.

Mick also explains the wackiest game in Smokies history, how a winning culture has disseminated throughout the Cubs minor-league teams and what the World Series ring ceremony was like in Tennessee.

Check out the latest edition of the CubsTalk Podcast: