Manager Rick Renteria still hasn’t named his Opening Day starter.
The Cubs are stocked with young position players, while the White Sox have more youthful arms.
Kyle Hendricks may be a long shot to make the Chicago Cub rotation, however the young pitcher has made a good impression on the teams staff this spring.
Jackson gave up three runs in three innings of work. The problem for Jackson has never been his stuff; it’s always about location.
Jeff Samardzija wants to show he can be consistent for an entire season.
Cubs Park is a glimpse of the bigger dream for Theo Epstein and Co.
Former Cubs pitcher Ted Lilly will work under Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer.
Starlin Castro said there’s no rivalry between him and top prospect Javier Baez. “We are good friends,” he said.
Cubs president Theo Epstein won’t rush prospects to the majors just to whet the appetites of fans.
Jake Arrieta, Brett Jackson, Josh Vitters, Mike Olt and Junior Lake are among those who have agreed to terms.
Anthony Rizzo didn’t hit as many line drives last year as he did in 2012.
Third base is a job that is wide open for the Cubs this spring. Ideally Mike Olt comes away as the teams opening day starter at the hot corner on March 31.
A federal holiday to sit out in the freezing cold doesn’t sound pleasant.
At least four other MLB clubs have their eyes on Cubs starter Jeff Samardzija.
Darwin Barney is trying to rebound from a 2013 campaign in which he hit a paltry .208.
The new facility will be called Under Armour Performance Center at new Cubs Park.
All we know is Rick Renteria is an optimist — which may be all the Cubs need.
The petition needs 100,000 signatures in 30 days for the White House to formally respond.
Managers decide to challenge for the first six innings, while umps decide thereafter.
At this rate, it seems Javy Baez will be retired by the time the sides reach an agreement.
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