Kyle Schwarber


The Cubs are going to be really good in the future. Just ask them. It might be next season. It could be the year after that. And just wait until the new TV deal finally kicks in.


The Cubs can’t clone the 2004 Boston Red Sox, even if Manny Ramirez becomes Bill Mueller’s assistant hitting coach.


Theo Epstein’s on the clock. Not in the sense of feeling any real heat from ownership, Cubs fans or the Chicago media.


Kyle Schwarber is built like the All-Ohio linebacker he used to be at Middletown High School. He’s got a thick neck and a 6-foot, 235-pound frame.


Albert Almora won't be playing in Chicago at all this September, but that doesn't mean the Cubs prospect didn't take major steps forward in 2014.