The Cubs and Cardinals haven’t had much of an even rivalry in the last couple years. Just sayin’.
Category: Chicago Cubs News
Cubs win, Cardinals lose, Brewers lose. Huzzah!
Good news, bad news.
The Cubs are putting up numbers not seen since the mid-1930s. Also: is Willson Contreras going to get suspended?
The Cubs’ magic number has reached Neifi levels.
A wild series of events left the Cubs without their starting pitcher and starting catcher today.
The Cubs have a couple injuries in the bullpen, but a couple other quickly returning players (hopefully).
Everything just went a little nuts.
Yesterday’s experiment did not work out, but the Cubs’ bats more than made up for it.
Good news on the injury front, as Russell and Arrieta plot their returns.
It’s time for multi-inning appearances.
Yet another good year for Rizzo, who’s hit 32 homers twice before.
The Indians topped the Cubs’ old record win streak, and the modern Cubs bumped their magic number down a spot.
Albert Almora’s stock is on the rise and last night’s game was just a taste of his improvements.
But even if Arrieta doesn’t make it back next week, he should be able to squeeze in two starts before the end of the year.
Cubs GM Jed Hoyer hits on a lot in his recent chat with The Score.
One of the Cubs best upper-minor pitching prospect is making a surprising and important Major League debut.
Jon Lester has been around and he knows the score: some years are better than others, but the goal is always just to get into the postseason.
After stagnating for a weekend, the Cubs have seen some movement.