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'Game 4 (in SF) pretty much won the World Series'
With the Giants back in town, Joe Maddon reflected on the comeback against them in last year's NLDS.
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Lackey: I threw the ball better tonight than my last three
Cubs pitcher John Lackey talked about his start in the 6-4 loss to the Giants.
Maddon: 'If we keep playing like that, we'll win plenty'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks about the 6-4 loss to the Giants.
Cubs-Giants tonight on CSN
The Cubs look to get back in the win column tonight on CSN and live streaming on CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports App. 
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Zobrist talks Ross on Dancing with the Stars
Ben Zobrist talks about former teammate David Ross' run in Dancing with the Stars.
Cubs can't complete another comeback against Giants 'pen
The Cubs rallied with four runs in the eighth inning, but needed more in a 6-4 loss to the Giants.
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Cubs Road Ahead: Playoff rematches
Tony ANdracki and Patrick Mooney discuss the Cubs' upcoming schedule in this week's Honda Road Ahead.
In The Loop: Jesse Rogers on Lackey, Cubs
ESPN Chicago's Jesse Rogers talks about David Ross, John Lackey and Chicago sports dynamic duos on In The Loop.
In The Loop: Zobrist talks about his cereal
Ben Zobrist talks about Zorilla Crunch cereal.
Have Cubs found their new leadoff hitter?
The Cubs offense has struggled to find consistency in the first couple months of 2017, but moving Ben Zobrist to the leadoff spot may help the lineup settle in.
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Cubs in no rush to make rotation decision
While Brett Anderson recovers from a strained muscle in his lower back, the Cubs are not hurrying to make a decision at the back of their rotation. 
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STL: Do Brewers have legitimate complaint after rainout
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses whether the Brewers have the right to be angry after the rainout at Wrigley Field.
Flashing the leather
Albert Almora Jr. and Addison Russell competed for the Cubs' defensive highlight of the year on back-to-back plays in the first inning of Monday night's game.
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Road Ahead: Week of playoff rematches for Cubs
/CSN's Cubs reporters Patrick Mooney and Tony Andracki discuss the upcoming matchups in this edition of the Cubs Road Ahead, presented by Chicagoland & NW Indiana Honda Dealers./
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Cubs bring Zac Rosscup up from Triple-A
The Cubs called up Zac Rosscup ahead of Monday's game against the Giants, sending Dylan Floro back to Triple-A Iowa.
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Wake up with 'Zorilla Crunch'
Ben Zobrist debuted "Zorilla Crunch" on Monday, the latest in a line of Cubs-themed cereals that also includes Anthony Rizzo's "RizzO's" and David Ross' "Grandpa Rossy Crunch."
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Arrieta not surprised David Ross made the DWTS finale
Jake Arrieta said he's not surprised at David Ross' success in Dancing With the Stars, and said the team has the finale DVR'd to watch their former teammate after their own game.
MLB Power Rankings: Week 7
The White Sox had a big weekend, signing Luis Robert and beating the Mariners. And are the Cubs a top 10 team again?
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Fast Break Morning Update: Cubs win, White Sox stay hot
In today's edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the Cubs beat the Brewers and the White Sox stayed hot in a win against the Mariners.
3M Playing it Safe: Bryant in Arrieta's starts
Check out Kris Bryant's stats in Jake Arrieta's starts from the last two seasons.
Theo Epstein talks to Class of 2017 at Yale
Cubs President Theo Epstein spoke to the Class of 2017 at Yale University. Hear what he had to say.
How Ian Happ changed the 2017 Cubs
Ian Happ wasn't even supposed to contribute to the 2017 Cubs, yet now he's emerged as an integral piece to the team's title defense.
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Cubs, Brewers bullpen have dance off during rain delay
Check out the Cubs and Brewers bullpen have a dance off during Friday's rain delay.
Heyward, Happ on new outfield defensive lineup
Jason Heyward and Ian Happ discuss working together in the outfield.
Heyward: 'Good to be back in there with everybody'
Jason Heyward discusses his first game back from injury as the Cubs beat the Brewers 13-6.
Bryant: 'We were kind of due as a team offensively'
Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant discusses the team's nice offensive performance on Sunday en route to a 13-6 win over the Brewers.
Arrieta: 'It was a step in the right direction'
Jake Arrieta discusses his outing after the Cubs took home a 13-6 win over the Brewers on Sunday.
Maddon: 'We're still not playing our best baseball'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon discusses where his team is at after a 13-6 win over the Brewers on Sunday night.
Jake Arrieta takes a step in the right direction
Jake Arrieta pitched six strong innings and Kris Bryant homered twice as the Cubs beat the Brewers, 13-6, on Sunday.
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Cubs juggle roster
The Cubs made a series of roster moves Sunday morning, including activating Jason Heyward from the disabled list and calling up another pitcher.
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Brewers throw major shade at Cubs after Saturday's rainout decision
The Brewers voiced their frustration with the Cubs' decision to postpone Saturday's game on account of rain that never came.
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Maddon: 'It's not easy to be perfect every night'
Joe Maddon says what makes him most upset as a manager is when player's don't put in the effort, and that's the only time he'll call somebody out privately.
Maddon on Happ: 'He's not overwhelmed'
Joe Maddon talks about Ian Happ carrying himself with confidence, and not being overwhelmed by the spotlight in the majors.
Maddon on why he moved Schwarber out of leadoff spot
Joe Maddon talks about why he moved Kyle Schwarber out of the leadoff spot and into the No. 2 hole in Saturday's scheduled Cubs-Brewers game.
Happ on learning curve in MLB, getting used to Wrigley
Ian Happ talks about the biggest learning curve in the majors, and getting used to playing the outfield at Wrigley Field.
Maddon explains decision to move Schwarber out of leadoff spot
Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber wasn't in his usual leadoff spot for Saturday's scheduled Cubs-Brewers game, which was postponed.
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WATCH: Cubs, Brewers have dance-off in bullpen during rain delay
The Cubs and Brewers killed time during Friday's rain delay by having an epic dance-off in the bullpen.
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Cubs and Brewers postponed, set makeup date for July 6
Saturday's Cubs-Brewers game has been postponed due to inclement weather. A makeup date has been scheduled for July 6.
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Contreras makes a fan for life during rain delay
Willson Contreras played catch with a fan in the stands during a rain delay in Friday's Cubs game.
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Baez on weather conditions in cold, rainy game at Wrigley
Javier Baez talked about how the weather affected the game in the Cubs' 6-3 loss to the Brewers.
Pierce Johnson on his major league debut
Cubs pitcher Pierce Johnson made his major league debut in the 6-3 loss to the Brewers on Friday.
Eddie Butler: 'I couldn't get good a feel of the baseball'
Cubs pitcher Eddie Butler talked about his start in the 6-3 loss to the Brewers.
Maddon on dropped fly ball in left field
Cubs manager Joe Maddon discusses the dropped fly ball in left field that led to a Brewers rally.
Maddon: 'That was a very awkward day to play baseball'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon discusses the rainy day at Wrigley Field. The team dropped the series opener, 6-3, to the Brewers.
Contreras gets loose by playing catch with young fan
Willson Conteras made a fan's day by playing catch after the long rain delay.
Nick Offerman is truly a die-hard Cubs fan
Never question Nick Offerman's passion for the Cubs.  The actor, who played Ron Swanson in NBC's hit show "Parks...
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PGL: Cubs fall to Brewers in sloppy game
David Kaplan and David DeJesus discuss the Cubs rain-soaked loss at Wrigley Field.
Cubs fall short in sloppy, rain-soaked game at Wrigley
The Cubs walked 10 batters, committed three errors and struck out 10 times in a 6-3 loss to the Brewers on Friday.
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Nick Offerman joins Len Kasper and Kerry Wood in the booth
Nick Offerman proved his die-hard Cubs fan status on Friday afternoon.
Nick Offerman sings the seventh-inning stretch
Watch as actor Nick Offerman stopped by the Friendly Confines to sing the seventh-inning stretch.
Kerry Wood ends the debate: 20-strikeout game's hit was legit
Kerry Wood said Friday that the lone hit he allowed in his 20-strikeout game - that could have been ruled an error - was legitimate.
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Kerry Wood ends debate, says 20 K game's hit was legit
Kerry Wood ends debate, says 20 K game's hit was legit
Who's the odd man out?
The Cubs are expected to get Jason Heyward back in the lineup Saturday, which means somebody has to be sent down to the minors to make room on the roster.
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Maddon explains what "Embrace the Suck" means
Joe Maddon explains what the Cubs' new slogan "Embrace the Suck" means and why it'll play a key role in the season.
Anthony Rizzo hosts 5th annual Cookoff for Cancer
Hear from Anthony Rizzo as he hosted his 5th annual Cookoff for Cancer fundraiser to fight pediatric cancer.
Embrace the Suck
Joe Maddon and the Cubs have a new rallying cry, which comes at the perfect time given the team's slow start out of the gate.
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Fast Break Morning Update: Cubs sweep Reds; White Sox drop fourth straight
In today's edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the Cubs swept the Reds while the White Sox dropped their fourth straight following a loss to the Mariners.
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STL Podcast: Have Cubs snapped out of woes?
In the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, the panel discusses if the Cubs have snapped out of their woes after a series sweep over the Reds.
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Heyward gives injury update prior to South Bend Cubs game
Jason Heyward gives an injury update prior to his rehab game with the South Bend Cubs.
Keeping Happ looks and sounds like an ‘easy’ decision for Maddon
When asked if keeping Ian Happ would be a "tough or easy" decision, manager Joe Maddon's answer was pretty simple.
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Maddon on Baez: 'Five RBIs is always a nice day'
Joe Maddon and Javier Baez discuss Cubs' win over the Reds on Thursday afternoon.
Maddon on decision of keeping Happ: 'Is it tough or easy?'
Joe Maddon talks about Ian Happ's play and if keeping him is an easy or tough decision.
Lester on his outing, Baez's grand slam, Happ's play
Jon Lester discusses the top storylines from the Cubs' 9-5 victory over the Reds on Thursday.
Maddon discusses Cubs sweep of Reds
Joe Maddon breaks down the Cubs' 9-5 victory over the Reds, resulting in a series sweep.
Cubs Postgame Live: Back on track after sweep of Reds
David Kaplan and David DeJesus break down the Cubs' sweep of the Reds and look forward to what's next.
Javy discusses grand slam, sweep of Reds with Kelly
Javy Baez discusses his first-inning grand slam and the Cubs getting a sweep over the Reds on the field with Kelly Crull.
Another reminder Baez is a game-changer, not trade bait
Javy Baez gave the Cubs a boost Thursday with a grand slam, proving once again that he is a constant X-factor for the reigning World Champs.
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Jason McLeod on Dylan Cease's potential
Jason McLeod discusses the potential of Dylan Cease - the Cubs' top pitching prospect - and how the young right-hander came to be a part of the organization.
Dylan Cease: Future Cubs ace?
Cubs senior vice president Jason McLeod explains how the organization came to acquire Dylan Cease, a potential ace down the road.
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Javy Baez gives the Cubs a jolt with epic grand slam, bat flip
Javy Baez showed off his swag Thursday afternoon, drilling a grand slam off the video board at Wrigley Field.
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Jackie Robinson honored at Wrigley
Meta Robinson - the granddaughter of Jackie Robinson - was at Wrigley Field Thursday as the Cubs honored the baseball pioneer on the 70th anniversary of the first game he played at The Friendly Confines.
Cubs PGL: Schwarber's BP homer breaks Budweiser sign
The Cubs PGL crew discusses Kyle Schwarber's batting practice home run that broke the Budweiser sign at Wrigley Field.
Maddon: Happ is looking like he doesn't want to go anywhere
Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks about the dilemma the team will face with Ian Happ when Jason Heyward returns from the DL.
Podcast: Jason McLeod on Happ, Cease
Cubs senior VP of scouting and player development Jason McLeod stops by the latest CubsTalk podcast to talk about the organization's top prospects.
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Fast Break Morning Update: Cubs beat Reds; White Sox swept
In today's edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the Cubs knocked off the Reds while the White Sox were swept in Los Angeles.
Fast Break Morning Update: Cubs beat Reds; White Sox swept by Angels
In today's edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the Cubs knocked off the Reds while the White Sox were swept in Los Angeles.
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Order restored in Cubs universe
The Cubs are starting to look like the World Series champs again, beating the Reds on a night where Kyle Schwarber wrecked the Budweiser sign.
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Inside the Happ/Benintendi draft
On the latest Cubs Talk Podcast, Jason McLeod talks about the Cubs' thinking during a draft that featured both Ian Happ and Andrew Benintendi.
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Montero on Hendricks: 'He did look a lot better to me'
Cubs catcher Miguel Montero talks about Kyle Hendricks following the team's 7-5 win over the Reds on Wednesday night.
Schwarber: 'It was a really good team effort'
Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber reacts following the team's 7-5 win over the Reds on Wednesday night.
Schwarber: 'I hope I won't get bill' for busting Bud sign
Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber talks about breaking the Budweiser sign with a batting-practice home run.
Hendricks: 'That game was one of my better ones, for sure'
Cubs pitcher Kyle Hendricks reacts following the team's 7-5 win over the Reds on Wednesday night.
Maddon on Hendricks: 'That was classic Kyle right there'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks about the performance of Kyle Hendricks in the team's 7-5 win over the Reds on Wednesday.
Maddon: Schwarber, Rizzo 'hitting the ball hard'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon reacts following the team's 7-5 win over the Reds on Wednesday night.
Jason McLeod talks Ian Happ on Cubs Talk Podcast
Cubs vice president Jason McLeod discusses Cubs rookie Ian Happ on the most recent Cubs Talk Podcast.
Kyle Schwarber broke the Budweiser sign at Wrigley
Kyle Schwarber was mashing balls in batting practice Wednesday, with one traveling so far and so fast that it hit the right-field Budweiser sign and, well, broke it.
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Which player should the Cubs consider trading for an ace?
CSN's David Kaplan and Tribune columnist David Haugh talk about which Cubs player they would consider trading for an ace.
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In The Loop: Which Cub would you trade for an ace?
CSN's David Kaplan and Tribune columnist David Haugh talk about which Cubs player they would consider trading for an ace.
In The Loop: Tell me I'm wrong with Patrick Mooney
Cubs Insider Patrick Mooney plays 'Tell me I'm wrong' on In The Loop with Luke and Leila.
STL: Should Kyle Schwarber still bat leadoff for Cubs?
The SportsTalk Live panel weighs in on whether Kyle Schwarber should still bat leadoff for the Cubs.
Cubs recall Pierce Johnson
The Cubs recalled Pierce Johnson from Triple-A Iowa on Wednesday, sending Jeimer Candelario back to Des Moines.
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Maddon shares how he celebrated his 1,000th win
Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks about how he celebrated his 1,000th career win.
Looking back at one of the wackiest days in Cubs history
May 17 serves as one of the craziest days in Cubs franchise history, featuring two intense offensive performances and the team's longest game ever.
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Fast Break Morning Update: Cubs win, Sox lose to Angels
In today's edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the Cubs beat the Reds and the White Sox lost to the Angels.
In The Loop: Buy or sell Kyle Schwarber stock?
David Kaplan and David DeJesus join In The Loop to discuss Kyle Schwarber.
PGL: Cubs blast four homers in win over Reds
David Kaplan and David DeJesus react to the Cubs' 9-5 win over the Reds on Tuesday night.
Maddon celebrates 1,000th win with glass of wine
Cubs manager Joe Maddon celebrates his 1,000th win with a glass of red wine.
Morning Update: Cubs beat Reds; Sox rally, but fall short vs. Angels
In today's edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the Cubs beat the Reds and the White Sox rallied to force extras, but lost to the Angels.
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Schwarber: Wrigley wind is 'a double-edged sword'
Cubs outfielders Ian Happ and Kyle Schwarber talk about hitting home runs in the team's 9-5 win over the Reds on Tuesday night at Wrigley Field.
Schwarber jokes about constant slump questions
Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber joked with reporters about the constant stream of questions about his early season slump.
Maddon on 1,000 wins: 'The consistent part is simplicity'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon reflects on his managerial career after picking up his 1,000th career win.
Maddon: 'Fortune does favor the bold, I believe that'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks about his managerial philosophy and a charitable donation following his 1,000th career win on Tuesday night.
Maddon on Happ: 'He's already in (the lineup) tomorrow'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks about Ian Happ following the team's 9-5 win over the Reds on Tuesday night at Wrigley Field.
Lackey: 'Today it was huge for the offense to show up'
Cubs pitcher John Lackey reacts following the team's 9-5 win over the Reds on Tuesday night at Wrigley Field.
On The Diamond: Happ talks about homer in Wrigley debut
In the latest On The Diamond, Kelly Crull talks with Cubs outfielder Ian Happ after he homered in his first game at Wrigley Field, a 9-5 win for the Cubs over the Reds.
Ian Happ sparks Cubs' win
Ian Happ was one of four Cubs to homer Tuesday in a 9-5 win over the Reds, the rookie looking like he belongs in the big leagues.
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Trade coming? Cubs preach patience with pitching
As the Cubs' starting rotation remains shaky, there's no need for a trade yet, says Theo Epstein, as the president preached patience.
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Happ homers in Wrigley debut
Ian Happ made one heck of a debut at Wrigley Field, smashing a home run in his third trip to the plate.
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Theo: Cubs' personnel 'puts you in a position to be patient'
Cubs president Theo Epstein talks about his ability to be patient with the slow-starting Cubs.
Theo on Schwarber: 'I think he's really close'
Cubs president Theo Epstein talks about the team's struggling leadoff man, Kyle Schwarber.
Theo buying stock in Schwarber
Theo Epstein isn't sweating Kyle Schwarber's slow start to the season, saying Tuesday that “If anyone wants to sell their Kyle Schwarber stock, we’re buying.”
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Stacy Lewis talks first trip to Wrigley with Kelly Crull
Professional golfer Stacy Lewis talks with CSN's Kelly Crull about her ceremonial first pitch and her first trip to Wrigley Field.
Jed Hoyer: 'There's no panic'
Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer said the front office doesn't share the fan base's sense of panic around the slow-starting North Siders.
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Road Ahead: What's next for Cubs?
Patrick Mooney and Kelly Crull discuss Kyle Schwarber, Jake Arrieta and what's next for the struggling Cubs in the latest Road Ahead.
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In The Loop: David Ross gets his own cereal
David Ross got his own cereal named after him, and Jon Lester jokingly ripped him for it.
STL Podcast: Jed Hoyer discusses state of the Cubs
In the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, Jed Hoyer drops by to talk about the state of the Cubs.
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SportsTalk Live: Jed Hoyer on Cubs trade forecast
Cubs GM Jed Hoyer joins SportsTalk Live to discuss the trade forecast.
SportsTalk Live: Hoyer on Schwarber in leadoff role
Cubs GM Jed Hoyer talks about Kyle Schwarber in the leadoff role.
SportsTalk Live: Hoyer says front office isn't panicking
Cubs GM Jed Hoyer said on SportsTalk Live that the front office isn't panicking.
SportsTalk Live: Jim Riggleman talks Reds, Cubs' slow start
Reds bench coach Jim Riggleman joins SportsTalk Live to discuss the Reds, the Cubs' slow start, and more.
Road Ahead: Schwarber, Arrieta and what's next for Cubs
Patrick Mooney and Kelly Crull discuss Kyle Schwarber, Jake Arrieta and what's next for the struggling Cubs in the latest Road Ahead.
Theo: 'The season's 162 games for a reason'
In light of his team's recent struggles, Cubs president Theo Epstein talks about viewing the season as 162 games and not as a couple of months.
Schwarber: 'There's gonna be no panic button being pressed'
Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant, outfielder Kyle Schwarber and first baseman Anthony Rizzo talk about the team's struggles of late.
Maddon on Happ: 'This guy's a pretty complete player'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon and third baseman Kris Bryant talk about rookie Ian Happ starting in center field on Tuesday night.
Happ on first game at Wrigley: It should be pretty special
Cubs outfielder Ian Happ looks ahead to his first game at Wrigley Field against the Reds on Tuesday night.
Maddon: This is our World Series group and our future group
Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks about the team's recent struggles as they prepare for a 10-game homestand.
Jon Lester can't resist making a hilarious jab at David Ross' cereal
The Cubs can't stop making fun of Grandpa Rossy's age, with Jon Lester the latest jokester on David Ross' new cereal.
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Inside Look: Jon Lester
Watch the full episode of Inside Look with Cubs pitcher Jon Lester.
STL Podcast: What's most worrisome about Cubs?
On the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, David Haugh, Ben Finfer and Jordan Bernfield join David Kaplan to discuss the several woes troubling the fourth-place Cubs right now.
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STL: Joe Maddon is furious about the MLB's slide rule
The SportsTalk Live panel debates what the MLB should do with its new slide rule.
STL: Kap's reaction to Cubs Twitter panicking
Here's what David Kaplan has to say to all the people freaking out over the Cubs.
STL: Is there cause for concern for the Cubbies?
The SportsTalk Live panel again discusses whether there should be any panic surrounding the under-.500 Cubs.
What's happening with Kyle Schwarber?
The Cubs don't look like themselves all over the field, but Kyle Schwarber's .179 batting average as the team's leadoff hitter stands out.
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MLB Power Rankings: Week 6
While the Nationals, Yankees and Astros keep cruising, we're finally forced to knock the Cubs down on the Power Rankings, but how far?
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Cubs scouting report on Derek Jeter
Derek Jeter's jersey was retired on Sunday night at Yankee Stadium, prompting many to take a trip down memory lane.  While nearly everyone discussed his tremendous career in pinstripes, ESPN's Ian O'Connor...
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How Ian Happ could stick with Cubs
Ian Happ's first two games in a Cubs jersey have been solid, making one question whether the rookie could stick with the big-league club.
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Fast Break Morning Update: Sox top Padres, Cubs get shut out
In this edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the White Sox beat the Padres with eight runs in the eighth inning, the Cubs got shut out in St. Louis and the Bears continued rookie minicamp.
Cubs scouting report on Derek Jeter
It's no secret Derek Jeter was great. Back before No. 2 was drafted by the Yankees, the Cubs scouts had some positive things to say about him.
In The Loop: Maddon making fun of MLB's slide rule
Check out what Joe Maddon said about MLB's rules about slides.
Arrieta: I had pretty good command, just a couple mistakes
Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta talks about his start in the 5-0 loss to the Cardinals.
Happ: Spring training helped me feel accepted in the team
Ian Happ talks about his second game in the majors.
Maddon on Arrieta: 'I thought he was outstanding'
Joe Maddon discusses Jake Arrieta's performance after the Cubs dropped the finale against the Cardinals.
Maddon: Ian Happ has all the tools
Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks about Jake Arrieta's start in St. Louis on Sunday and Ian Happ's second game in the majors.
Arrieta's struggles continue in loss to Cards
The Cubs are below .500 for the first time in nearly a month after Jake Arrieta's latest poor start, resulting in a 5-0 loss to the Cardinals.
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Joe Maddon proposes some other safety rules
Joe Maddon sarcastically proposed some other safety rule changes he'd like to see in the wake of his slide rule comments on Saturday.
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Why baseball means even more on Mother's Day
Baseball and Mother's Day go hand-in-hand, especially when it comes to the Cubs.
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Happ discusses a whirlwind of an MLB debut vs. Cards
Cubs rookie Ian Happ discusses a wild MLB debut that included a home run and a controversial call against the Cardinals on Saturday.
Lester: 'Im over this damn slide rule'
Jon Lester and Joe Maddon tee off on the MLB's new slide rule that went against the Cubs in their Saturday loss to the Cardinals.
Maddon on Happ: 'He was never overwhelmed'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon discusses Ian Happ's MLB debut after a 5-3 loss to the Cardinals.
Jon Lester 'over this damn slide rule'
Jon Lester went on a rant Saturday about a slide rule going against the Cubs in their eventual 5-3 loss to the Cardinals.
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Cubs waiting for Bryant to feel better
Struggling with a stomach illness, the Cubs versatile third baseman has given Joe Maddon another obstacle to manage in St. Louis. 
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Maddon gives an update on injured Cubs
Ahead of Saturday's loss to the Cardinals, manager Joe Maddon discussed the injuries that continue to pile up.
Happ delivers instant impact in Cubs debut
A wave of health issues forced the shorthanded Cubs to promote elite prospect Ian Happ for Saturday’s rivalry game against the Cardinals. 
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Kangaroo court: Ronnie Woo Woo vs. the Cubs
Leila Rahimi presides as the judge in the Ronnie Woo Woo case. Luke Stuckmeyer and David Kaplan represent each side in a comedic video.
Contreras talks about first career two-homer game in win
Willson Contreras talks about his first career two-homer game in the Cubs' 3-2 win over the Cardinals.
Butler: 'I was attacking as much as possible'
Eddie Butler talks about his first career start with the Cubs in a 3-2 win over the Cardinals.
Maddon talks injuries, Contreras, win over Cards
Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks after the 3-2 win against the Cardinals on Friday.
Szczur makes presence felt in return to Chicago
Matt Szczur is taking full advantage of his new opportunity with the Padres after leading off Friday's game against the White Sox with a homer.
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Fast Break Morning Update: Cubs top Cardinals; White Sox fall to Padres
In today's edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the Cubs beat the Cardinals in their series opener while the White Sox fell to the Padres.
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Butler shows Cubs the future is now and shuts down Cards
Eddie Butler gave the Cubs exactly what they needed on Friday night at Busch Stadium, throwing six scoreless innings in a 3-2 win over St. Louis.
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Postgame Live: Cubs survive tense ninth inning to beat Cards
David Kaplan and David DeJesus talk about the close 3-2 win against the Cardinals on Friday.
Hoyer on how the defending champs can turn it around
Before the Cubs beat the Cardinals in the series opener, GM Jed Hoyer dissected what's wrong and how the defending champions can turn it around.
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Hoyer addresses Cubs' early season struggles
Cubs GM Jed Hoyer addresses the team's early season struggles, and looks ahead to the trade deadline for improvement.
In The Loop: The Cubs vs. Ronnie Woo Woo
An article in the Chicago Sun-Times did not paint a positive relationship between the Cubs and Ronnie Woo Woo.
SportsTalk Live: DeJesus on potential Cubs, Cards race
David DeJesus talks about how the Cubs and the Cardinals figure to be in a playoff race this season.
Cubs being cautious with Russell’s sore shoulder
The Cubs are being protective of Addison Russell, hoping his sore right shoulder doesn’t develop into a disabled-list situation.
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Back in Chicago, Matt Szczur finally a consistent starter
Back in Chicago, Matt Szczur is leading off for the Padres against the White Sox and has earned his third straight start.
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How 2017 Cubs compare to last year
A statistical look at how the 2017 Cubs measure up to last season's start through 34 games.
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Preview: Cubs-Cards tonight on CSN, stream
The Cubs face the Cardinals tonight at 7 p.m. and you can watch the game on CSN and live streaming on CSNChicago.com and the NBC Sports App.
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The 2017 Cubs by the numbers so far
David Kaplan reads off some Cubs stats that standout from the first month and a half of the season.
In The Loop: Potential Cubs cereal brands
David Ross has a cereal so what would other cereals be for Cubs players?
SportsTalk Live: Minor league baseball is coming to Rosemont
A new independent league baseball team is coming to Rosemont and David Kaplan is taking some credit.
SportsTalk Live: Why are the Cubs only .500?
The Cubs are .500. The SportsTalk Live panel talks about the defense and starting pitching that has led to the relative struggles.
SportsTalk Live: What will Eddie Butler do for the Cubs?
The SportsTalk Live panel talks about Eddie Butler's upcoming debut for the Cubs.
SportsTalk Live Podcast: Could White Sox and Cubs become trade partners?
In the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, the panel discusses if the Cubs and White Sox could become trade partners.
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Why Joe Maddon won’t hit the panic button
The Cubs are fourth in the NL Central with a 17-17 record, but manager Joe Maddon isn't hitting the panic button despite his team's slow start.
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Cubs make roster moves
The Cubs called up pitcher Eddie Butler to start Friday's game in St. Louis, but the team's fallout moves may be even more interesting.
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CubsTalk Podcast: Fergie Jenkins
In the latest CubsTalk Podcast, Hall of Famer Fergie Jenkins stops by to discuss how the World Series championship measured up to his expectations.
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Fast Break Morning Update: Cubs blanked by Rockies
In today's edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the Cubs were shut out in Colorado while the White Sox-Twins game was rained out.
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Fast Break Morning Update: Cubs blanked by Rockies
In today's edition of the Fast Break Morning Update, the Cubs were shut out in Colorado while the White Sox-Twins game was rained out.
In The Loop: Is it time for Cubs to panic?
Is it time for the Cubs to panic? The panel discusses on In The Loop.
SportsTalk Live: Cubs get shut out by Rockies
The SportsTalk Live panel talks about the Cubs' pitching and hitting struggles.
SportsTalk Live Podcast: What's wrong with the Cubs?
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses what's wrong with the Cubs after a shutout loss to the Rockies in the series finale.
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Maddon: 'Both sides pitched really well'
Joe Maddon talks about the strong pitching duel in the Cubs' 3-0 loss to the Rockies in Wednesday's series finale.
PGL: Cubs can't hit German Marquez in loss to Rockies
David Kaplan and David DeJesus discuss how Rockies pitcher German Marquez shut down the Cubs' offense in Wednesday's game.
How Contreras earned respect in Cubs clubhouse
Boundless energy, on-field confidence and his handling of the Cubs' staff has earned Willson Contreras plenty of respect in the clubhouse.
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Hendricks strong, but Cubs can't hit Marquez in loss
Kyle Hendricks pitched into the seventh inning, but the Cubs mustered just three hits off German Marquez, falling to the Rockies.
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The fallout from Anthony Rizzo's Day Off
Joe Maddon explains his lineup for the Cubs' series finale with the Rockies Wednesday in Colorado, including Anthony Rizzo reprising the role of Ferris Bueller with a day off.
Candelario making the most of his opportunity in big leagues
Jeimer Candelario was called up as part of a doubleheader Tuesday in Colorado and explained his mindset in hoping to stick around.
Lackey makes Coors Field history
John Lackey joined Pedro Martinez with one of the best starts a visiting player has ever made in Coors Field history.
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Morning Update: Cubs split doubleheader; Sox fall to Twins
On today's Fast Break Morning Update, the Cubs split a day-night doubleheader with the Rockies and the White Sox lost their fourth straight.
Morning Update: Cubs split doubleheader; White Sox lose fourth straight
Here are the top Chicago sports stories from a busy baseball Tuesday:  Preview: Cubs take on Rockies in rubber match on CSN [1] John Lackey dominant as Cubs bounce back for blowout win in Game 2 vs....
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Kap reads mean tweets about the Cubs
David Kaplan isn't worrying about the Cubs and their slow start. And he's letting panicking fans on Twitter know it.
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John Lackey cruises in Cubs' Game 2 win
John Lackey tossed seven shutout innings and struck out 10 as the Cubs bounced back for an 8-1 win in Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader.
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In The Loop: Luke and Leila react to Cubs Twitter panic
Luke and Leila talk about Kap's reading of mean Cubs tweets.
In The Loop: Kap reads mean Cubs tweets
David Kaplan was sent some mean tweets about the Cubs, so he responded.
STL: Arrieta rocked as Cubs starters continue to struggle
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses the continued struggles of the Cubs' starting rotation after Jake Arrieta was rocked by the Rockies.
STL Podcast: Should Cubs re-sign Arrieta?
Mark Lazerus (Chicago Sun-Times), Chris Hine (Chicago Tribune) and Jordan Bernfield join Kap on the panel. Jake Arrieta gets roughed up in Colorado. Right now, do you want the Cubs to re-sign him in the...
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Maddon on Rockies: 'They're really good offensively'
Cubs manager Joe Maddon reacts following the team's 10-4 loss to the Rockies in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader.
PGL: Cubs, Rockies combine for 14 runs, 27 hits
Mark Schanowski and David DeJesus talk about the prolific offenses in Tuesday's 10-4 Cubs loss in Denver.
PGL: Dylan Floro with big innings in Cubs' blowout loss
Mark Schanowski and David DeJesus talk about the four-plus innings of relief work by Dylan Floro in Tuesday's 10-4 Cubs loss in Denver.
Rockies rough up Cubs in doubleheader opener
The Cubs dropped their fourth straight game on Tuesday afternoon as Jake Arrieta was hit hard by the Colorado Rockies. 
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Zobrist breaks down the Cubs
As Ben Zobrist aims for three straight World Series championships, he breaks down the 2017 Cubs a little more than a month into the season.
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