LOS ANGELES — Now comes the hard part: The Cubs are going to have to spend crazy money on pitching and give up some of their precious prospects to build a rotation for October.
As the minute-hand ticked by on the big clock atop the historic Wrigley Field scoreboard, James Russell thought he was safe and sound.
With the Cubs just about ready to promote their top prospects to the big leagues, let the unrealistic expectations around "Cubs Nation" begin. With Kris Bryant ranked as the No.
The Cubs did something they haven't done in over a century on Tuesday night.
Forget it, he’s rolling.