The Chicago Cubs are ready for spring as they released their 2012 spring training schedule beginning March 4 and concluding April 3.
New Cubs manager Dale Sveum is rather time and quiet in the media, but that doesn't mean he wants his players to be anything but aggressive on the field.
The Theo Epstein compensation issue has gone on forever, but a new idea has been brought to light: Tyler Colvin to the Red Sox and just call it a day. The Cubs should be all for it.
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig is taking the performance-enhancing drug issue by storm as reports indicate that blood tests to detect HGH will be conducted to all unionized players as part of the new CBA.
Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano was hit with two line drives in the face during a game with the Caribes de Anzoategui Winter League.
As the Cubs announced Dale Sveum as the new manager, he said all the right things. But can he walk the walk and take the Cubs where no manager from the past century before him has gone?
Now that the front office staff is in place and the Cubs have their new manager, when the heck will they start upgrading the roster in an attempt to turn the franchise around?
Dale Sveum has had a front row seat to almost every game of Prince Fielder's career and has received a glowing recommendation from the slugger. But is that enough to lure the big man to Chicago?
The Cubs announced Dale Sveum as the new manager Thursday afternoon. The introductory press conference will be tomorrow at 9 a.m. and will be streamed at CSNChicago.com.