Daniel Murphy is the Cubs starter who has seen Nick Pivetta the most … and he has seen him well.
Kyle Hendricks gets things started in the second-half.
Javy Baez trailing Ozzie Albies and Scooter Gennett is wrong on so many levels.
A chance to take the series already, and to put together a whopping three-game winning streak! We’ll take it!
The Cubs’ lefty mashers are out in full force in today’s lineup.
An eight-game, 10-day homestand begins today. Get pumped!
Back home to host the Twins. Make it happen, gents.
Going for the series split against Kershaw. Easy as pie.
It’s a tough matchup for lefties, so here’s hoping Anthony Rizzo and Kyle Schwarber are up to the task.
Can the Cubs make it two in a row? Can Kyle Hendricks get his command in line?
No Bryzzo, no problem?
Lorenzo Cain suffered a groin injury and he’s hitting the DL.
Contreras may be the final Cub with a shot at starting in the game.
The Cubs will try to keep the good times rolling against Carlos Martinez.
Getting him back as soon as possible will be huge and it sounds like we’re on the right track.
A huge blow to the Cardinals’ expected rotation.
It’s a May blockbuster!
Shake it off, get back out there.
Rizzo puts one in the seats and gets that run right back.
That’s one way to solve the service time shenanigans …
The Arizona portion of the Cubs’ spring training schedule ends today.
It sounds like the Cubs are still very much a possible landing spot for Wade Davis.
Marlins Finally Make A Trade: Dee Gordon Dealt to the Mariners (Uh, Oh: Mariners Also Get International Bonus Money)
Dee Gordon will be playing a new position for a new team in 2018.
Well, then. Cross a name off the free agent list. There are some conflicting market implications here.
Such a well-deserved honor for one of baseball’s best ambassador’s in the community.
He’s been the expected target all week, and it sounds like the Cubs will get their man.
Clayton Kershaw isn’t *always* bad in the postseason. But when he has been, it’s been the dingers.
The Cubs will enter the unknown as they face Ben Lively, a pitcher they have never faced.
The Chicago Cubs play host to the Toronto Blue Jays for the first time since 2005. Safe to say a lot has changed since then.