It was the fifth straight win for Chicago.
The Bears’ two-time Pro Bowler will be a key leader in 2015.
The caretaker of Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks took him to sign a will days after an evaluation found he exhibited signs of “moderate to severe” dementia, his estranged wife alleges in court filings.
A restricted free agent, Kruger is playing the waiting game.
Here’s our weekly look at how the top prospects are faring for the Cubs and White Sox.
Assistant hitting coach Eric Hinske and third baseman Kris Bryant share thoughts amid the team’s offensive struggles.
If the USOC wants to officially make a 2024 Olympic bid, Los Angeles is now the likely choice.
Chicago will open the NHL season by hosting the New York Rangers on Oct. 7.
The Cubs remain involved, but Billy Beane has plenty of leverage with so many teams interested.
How well can Alshon Jeffery handle a bigger role?
Jorge De La Rosa opposes Kyle Hendricks tonight at Wrigley Field.
Mayers had been working as a television analyst.
Boston mayor Marty Walsh won’t sign a document “that puts one dollar of taxpayer money on the line for one penny of overruns.”
Taylor Swift’s October Concert At Minute Maid Park Moved In Anticipation Of Astros Reaching Postseason
The potential of postseason baseball has trumped T-Swift.
John Danks opposes Joe Kelly at Fenway Park tonight.
The Bears’ special teams need a big bounce back from their dismal 2014 performance.
It’s not a crisis and context is everything — but this sure is ugly of late.
It’s a quiet Sunday morning before a home game and dozens of little feet are scurrying around Wrigley Field. It’s the second Clark’s Crew of the season where inquisitive kids under 13 get to talk with the Cubs’ mascot and players.
The Cubs are 51-46 on the season.
Chicago fell to 51-46 after being swept by Philadelphia.