The new plaza at Wrigley Field will be ready to go for the home opener. There are some notable restrictions, however.
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Everything sounds good on the Addison Russell front. Also: there are certain new flag poles up at Wrigley Field …
There was nothing left for the Cubs to do this spring except break their own attendance record.
The Cubs shut down their Cactus League slate with a win. See? Everything’s fine.
Well, that’s a whole lot of fire power.
The final 25 looks a whole lot like what you would have guessed a few months ago. And that’s a good thing!
Back spasms for Brian Duensing allow the Cubs to keep both Tommy La Stella and Matt Szczur for now.
No one is suggesting Russell will miss time yet. But I’m here to say, if it comes to that, there are reasons it’s not so bad.
There’s not too much this guy can’t do. Also: Kyle Hendricks got sick, President Trump won’t pitch, and much more.
The Cubs weren’t going to be able to keep their Rule 5 pick, Caleb Smith. So he’s gone.
You won’t see too many 10-7 blown 9th inning losses that don’t make you go crazy, so enjoy this one!
Kawasaki is getting a shot to explore other big league opportunities.
Take yourself back to that night, when the Cubs finished it. Beautiful new insights, great quotes, much more.
Another good week for Ross, who threw it back to 1990.
Ian Happ is part of the latest rounds of cuts at Cubs camp, despite hitting .417 with five home runs.