Cubs Talk

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A year after retirement and with his foundation’s upcoming celebrity Wiffle Ball event at Wrigley Field, Cubs legend Kerry Wood makes his next pitch: changing the lives of Chicago's troubled youth.
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With No. 2 pick Kris Bryant in the fold, the Cubs' system is stock full of positional prospects, and the organization is well represented on a pair of midseason prospect rankings.
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The Wrigleyville Rooftop Association has announced a "win-win" plan to help earn funds for the City of Chicago and Wrigley Field's renovation plans.
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Cubs executives are planning major renovations to Wrigley Field. Some of those changes in the 300 million project include: party decks, expanded luxury suites, jumbotron, club lounge and restaurants.
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The Cubs are changing their plan of attack for renovations to Wrigley Field, asking the city to ease restrictions rather than for public funding.
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Weeghman Park opened in 1914 and was renamed Wrigley Field soon after. So would the Friendly Confines' naming rights ever be sold? David Kaplan asked around.
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College basketball analyst Digger Phelps was in the Comcast SportsNet Chicago Cubs broadcast booth Saturday to sing Take Me Out to the Ball Game during the seventh-inning stretch.

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Travis Wood rolled through seven innings against his former team, but a three-run 8th inning helped the Reds to a 4-2 win Saturday afternoon at Wrigley Field. James Russell took the loss for the Cubs, while Bronson Arroyo picked up the win for the first place Reds.

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The Cubs continued their run of grabbing talent from the San Diego Padres. First it was Anthony Rizzo, and now the team has signed the Padres director of amateur scouting Jaron Madison to fill the same role in Chicago.

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Dale Sveum said he spoke with Starlin Castro about the shortstop's baserunning blunder in yesterday's 10-8 loss to the Reds. Castro is in today's lineup batting fifth.

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