eric jokisch


For the second straight year, a Cubs minor-leaguer recorded a no-hitter.


Chris Bosio was hired to be Dale Sveum's pitching coach in 2012, but when his close friend was fired by the Cubs after 197 losses in two seasons, the front office saw enough in Bosio to keep him o


The Cubs made their first round of cuts Wednesday, sending down 75 percent of the "Core Four" of prospects.


When fans daydream about the Cubs running out onto Wrigley Field for a playoff game in the future, it's easy to imagine hearing names like "Javier Baez" or "Kris Bryant" ring out through the PA sy


If the Cubs are going to get back to being National League contenders, they're going to need impact pitching. But where will those arms come from?