ATLANTA — For now, the Cubs would rather have veteran David Ross catch ace right-hander Jake Arrieta than rookie Kyle Schwarber.
ATLANTA — It took a longtime north side nemesis to keep Jon Lester from throwing what would’ve been one of the more bizarre no-hitters in baseball history.
ATLANTA — As expected, Kyle Schwarber wasn’t in the Cubs lineup Saturday against the Atlanta Braves, with David Ross catching left-handed starter Jon Lester.
ATLANTA — Cubs manager Joe Maddon still believes Pedro Strop can be an important part of his team’s playoff push despite the right-hander’s pair of high-profile losses over the last week and a hal
We're at the unofficial halfway point of the 2015 season, and we've seen plenty of surprises, like the Twins (in a good way) and the Mariners (in a bad way). It's also not too surprising the St.