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All the Cubs want from their pitchers is to be open-minded, execute their pitches, and trust their "two-headed monster," coach Mike Borzello and video coordinator Tommy Hottovy.
Kris Bryant returned home to Las Vegas on Saturday for the Cubs' weekend split-squad games, and a chance to play in front of family.
Cubs outfielder Mark Zagunis was among top prospect performers in Spring Training on Saturday.
You've heard about the Cubs' talented rotation. They also may have one of the best bullpens ever, manager Joe Maddon says.
Can Yu Darvish throw 98-mph fastballs? That's what the radar gun at Camelback Ranch showed on Friday during the right-hander's outing in the Cubs' 6-3 win over the White Sox.
In the nearly three years since Commissioner Rob Manfred introduced the Play Ball initiative, designed to attract kids to the game of baseball, nearly every major city in the United States has been touched by the program.
Who do the Cubs have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Chicago's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
As the Cubs whittle down the spring camp roster to the final 25 for Opening Day, they have to consider which players still have options remaining.
Ryan Court, who attended the Cubs' championship parade as a fan, wants to make his Major League debut with his favorite team.
With Justin Grimm's release, there will be an opening in the Cubs bullpen. One pitcher who has gotten manager Joe Maddon's attention is Justin Hancock. The right-hander was walking by Maddon's office recently when the manager called him in. Maddon told the pitcher that he had the best arm he's never heard of.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Cubs depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
Anyone who has walked past Wrigley Field this offseason knows the ballpark has been under construction and on Thursday, Cubs president of business operations Crane Kenney said it will be ready by Opening Day, April 9.
The Cubs released reliever Justin Grimm on Thursday.
Javier Baez walked into the Cubs' clubhouse on Wednesday morning after doing some work on the field and gave a quick update. "I got done with my running," Baez said. "Everything went good."
Could some expensive French wine get Ian Happ more playing time on the Cubs? It may depend if they pass manager Joe Maddon's test of swirl, sniff, sip and savor.
No matter what Jake Arrieta does for the Phillies, the Cubs will always remember what he did for them on Oct. 7, 2015. On that date, the right-hander propelled the Cubs into the postseason, throwing a shutout against the Pirates to win the National League Wild Card Game.
Manager Joe Maddon likes what he's seen of the young Cubs in spring camp, including the nine players assigned to Minor League camp Tuesday.
Cubs right-hander Alec Mills was among top prospect performers in Spring Training on Wednesday.
Yu Darvish and the Cubs might be a perfect match. It goes beyond Darvish giving the reigning National League Central champs a front-line starter to replace Jake Arrieta. Few pitchers have an arsenal like Darvish's, wide-ranging and live-wire; in that respect, he'd boost any club.
Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein hopes Chicago is a consistent winner with a great group of mainstays, much like a team that is very special to his mother Ilene, the Brooklyn Dodgers of the 1950s.
When the Cubs began Spring Training, it was easy to guess at what the final 25-man Opening Day roster would be. So, what have we learned since the first prediction?
The rest of the Cubs had Monday off, but Jose Quintana stayed on his schedule and threw 63 pitches over five innings in a simulated game against Minor Leaguers at Sloan Park.
Arrieta pens heartfelt letter to Chicago
The Cubs signed Yu Darvish to take Jake Arrieta's spot in the rotation, and on Sunday, Darvish made his second spring start, giving up two runs on four hits over 3 1/3 innings against the Athletics.
The Cubs have agreed to contract terms with 20 players on their 40-man roster with zero-to-three years of Major League service and renewed the contract of infielder/outfielder Ian Happ, the club announced on Sunday.
Kyle Hendricks wanted to make sure Special Olympics athlete Ella Stoklosa had a great time at a Spring Training game last weekend, even if it meant that he wasn't her favorite Cubs player for the entire time.
Cubs catcher Victor Caratini was among top prospect performers on Saturday.
When Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein and general manager Jed Hoyer arrived at the team complex on Friday, both of their parking spaces were taken by a large red, yellow and blue bounce house for kids. Earlier this spring, infielder Tommy La Stella took the liberty of parking in the executives' reserved spots. Could La Stella be behind the latest prank?
Anthony Rizzo was 21 years old when he was traded from the Red Sox to the Padres, one of five players involved in the Adrian Gonzalez deal in December 2010. One of Rizzo's new teammates in San Diego was an outfielder, Will Venable, who helped the young first baseman make the transition.
The Cubs appear to have recovered from the World Series hangover, and Jon Lester tuned up for the team's next run with five scoreless innings on Friday against the Angels.