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As Expected, Cubs Tender Contracts To 4 Key Pitchers
Jake Arrieta, Hector Rondon, Pedro Strop and Justin Grimm remain under team control in 2017.
Levine: Cubs Won't Stand Pat At Winter Meetings
The Cubs have their eyes on adding bullpen help and contract-controlled young pitching to the rotation.
Cubs Sign Lefty Reliever Brian Duensing To 1-Year Deal
Duensing has a career 4.13 ERA and has held lefties to a .236 batting average.
LeBron James Wore A Cubs Uniform To The United Center, And Everyone Flipped Out
It was meyhem.
Smokeless Tobacco Takes A Dip Among Big League Newcomers
Players new to the majors won't be able to dip next year without risk of penalty, a provision under baseball's tentative five-year labor agreement reached late Wednesday.
Levine: Jon Jay Happy For Chance To Play For Champion Cubs
Jay understands how the Cubs use their 25-man roster and what leadership means to them.
Cubs' Jon Lester Is Good At Self-Deprecation
Lester has jokes about his inability to throw to bases.
The Bernstein Brief: MLB Ends The Stupidity
Finally, baseball has done away with the All-Star Game deciding World Series home-field advantage.
All-Star Game No Longer Decides Home-Field Advantage In World Series
The pennant winner with the better regular-season record will receive home field.
Baffoe: White Sox Tilting At Windmills Is Unfortunate
The White Sox continue to get in their own way, when there's no need or end game in doing so.
Levine: Jon Jay Signing Just The Beginning For New Cubs' Additions
The Jay signing makes Jorge Soler more expendable.
Cubs Sign OF Jon Jay To 1-Year Deal
The 31-year-old Jay spent the 2016 season with the Padres, hitting .291.
White Sox Won't Take Calls From Cubs On Chris Sale? Let's Recall Some Context
A big Cubs-White Sox trade would be nearly impossible to pull off, as Jed Hoyer has suggested previously.
Baseball America Names Cubs Its Organization Of The Year
The selection came after the Cubs won an MLB-best 103 games and broke their championship drought that dated back to 1908.
Free-Agent Compensation, International Draft Are Top MLB Issues In New CBA Negotiations
Negotiators for baseball players and owners are meeting this week in Irving, Texas, in an attempt to reach agreement on a collective bargaining agreement to replace the five-year contract that expires Thursday.
Cubs To Pay $388,000 To Clean Up, Fix Grant Park After Huge Rally
The Chicago Cubs will pay nearly $400,000 for cleanup and repairs at Grant Park, following the massive World Series victory rally there earlier this month.
Levine: Owners Will Consider Lockout Of MLB Players
The last work stoppage between the owners and the MLBPA began in August of 1994 and lasted until April 2, 1995.
Cubs Add 4 More To 40-Man Roster
Chicago purchased the contracts of Jack Leathersich, Victor Caratini, Jacob Hannemann and Duane Underwood.
Cubs Claim Reliever David Rollins Off Waivers From Mariners
The 26-year-old Rollins spent most of his 2016 season at Triple-A Tacoma, where he went 5-0 with a 3.77 ERA.
Cubs' Kris Bryant: 'Good Guys Finish First'
"I just want to go out there and put smiles on people's faces, win a lot of games along the way," Bryant says.