The Cubs understood there would be no sneaking into the playoffs this year with a strong National League. In order to become a World Series favorite, Theo Epstein & Co. had to think big.
Jake Arrieta and the Cubs have agreed to a one-year, $10.7 million contract, the Associated Press reported Friday, avoiding an arbitration hearing that had been scheduled for Tuesday in Arizona.
The Cincinnati Reds have hired former Cubs manager Lou Piniella as a senior advisor to baseball operations, the team announced Saturday on Twitter.
1mIt was a massive year in the Chicago sports world. New faces emerged, stars became superstars and so many memorable moments took place. Here's our take on the Top 15 Chicago sports stories of 2015.
1mWith the new year approaching, CSNChicago.com takes a look around the National League Central and how the Cubs stack up with each team.
1mJason Heyward has only hit 20+ homers more than once in his career, but the Cubs believe there's more power in there and that the 26-year-old outfielder may be able to tap into it at Wrigley Field.
1mDuring a recent interview with MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM, Adam Warren said that he found out about being traded to the Cubs in an odd way: while watching TV on vacation with his wife.
1mAdam Wainwright joins in on the Cardinals' assault on Jason Heyward for choosing to sign with the Cubs and being a part of a young core in Chicago over taking more money to stay in St. Louis.
1mThe Cubs made a series of roster moves Wednesday, re-claiming left-handed pitcher Edgar Olmos off waivers while releasing Brendan Ryan and losing Yoervis Medina on waivers.
1mThe St. Louis Cardinals bolstered their rotation by signing pitcher Mike Leake to a five-year, $80-million deal Tuesday.
Cubs believe Albert Almora’s time is coming after Kris Bryant and Kyle Schwarber’s fast-track development
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