The Cubs play 13 of their final 20 games against the trio of NL Central teams vying for the division title, including seven on the road starting Monday in Cincinnati. Tune in to CSN+ at 5:30.
Scott Baker was back on a big-league mound Sunday, making his first start in more than two years. But despite his success against Milwaukee, the 31-year-old veteran doesn't know what the future holds.
Cubs rookie Junior Lake has not shied away from the spotlight -- after his glam slam pushed the Cubs through to victory against the Brewers. And manager Dale Sveum is definitely taking notice.
Javier Baez isn't a September call-up yet. But the front office will take a look at some of the Cubs' other young pieces of the long-term puzzle as they face the Marlins at 7 p.m. on CSN tonight.
As Ryan Sweeney returns to the Cubs following the injury he suffered back in June, he hopes to leave a lasting impression that will give him another chance on the North Side.
Prior to Sunday's game against the Phillies, the Cubs activated Ryan Sweeney and Luis Valbuena off the disabled list and recalled Alberto Cabrera from Triple-A Iowa.
Jeff Samardzija has turned in to the Cubs' de facto ace, but the organization is still waiting for their 6-foot-5, 225-pound workhorse to figure it out and turn in the consistency from start-to-start.
In the final installment of Kerry Wood: Life Changer, the former Cubs fireballer talks about the genesis of his Wiffle Ball tournament, being a spring training "coach" and his commitment to kids in Chicago.
Part 2 of Kerry Wood: Life Changer looks at Kerry's transition from player to retirement, PED scandals and his involvement with trying to make a positive impact on some of Chicago's troubled youth.