Bruce Levine covers both the Cubs and the White Sox for CBSChicago.com and 670 The Score. He has been covering baseball in Chicago for more than 30 years and has written for both the Chicago Sun-Times and Sporting News.
Bruce co-hosts “Inside The Clubhouse” on Saturday mornings from 8-9 a.m. on 670 The Score.
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A bright future lies ahead, but the Cubs have many offseason questions to answer.
The Cubs need their right-handed power bats to get going against rookie left-handed Matz.
“This one stinks,” Anthony Rizzo said after falling behind 3-0 to the Mets in the NLCS.
The Cubs are 25-8 in their last 33 games at Wrigley Field.
It’s not rocket science: The powerful Cubs lineup needs to hit a few homers.
This time around, Maddon has been playing the theme music from “Rocky.”
“I just did not do a good enough job,” Arrieta says after his team’s Game 2 loss to the Mets.
Ross is the favorite teammate of just about every player on the team.
“We like our chances,” Schwarber says as the Cubs trail 1-0 in the NLCS.
Joe Maddon is counting on the power arm of Arrieta to change the tone of the series.
In what should be a tight series, there’s little room for miscues.
“Our guys are in a really good place right now,” Joe Maddon says.
Terry Collins and Joe Maddon have a long history and friendship from working together with the California Angels.
As he was being courted by the Cubs, Lester would steer the conversation back to the present.
“Winning together was the most important thing,” Castro says.
The Cubs will start Arrieta in Game 2 on Sunday, giving him an extra day of rest.
Schwarber is keeping his eyes on the prize, Bruce Levine writes.
“I don’t think anybody wants to play us right now,” Ricketts says.
The Cubs hit an MLB postseason record six homers in a Game 3 win Monday.
Cubs shortstop Russell suffered a hamstring strain in Monday’s Game 3 win.