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“We have a really nice relationship with Manny,” Theo Epstein says.
“We have a chance to win this division and win it on a consistent basis,” Epstein says.
Paul Konerko Night was all about the fans that he played for and his relationship with them.
Paul Konerko only has a few at-bats left in his career.
White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf will wave goodbye to one of his favorite people and players this weekend as Paul Konerko retires.
The record didn’t indicate it entirely, but the Cubs believe the saw plenty of growth.
As many as seven advertising signs may go up, but they’ll be erected on a per-sale basis.
Welington Castillo believes he put too much pressure on himself this year.
Travis Wood needs to regain his command to lock up a spot in the 2015 rotation.
Major league baseball will take a hard look during the off-season at time of game and eliminating needless delays by both the pitcher and hitter, Bruce Levine writes.
Addison Russell says the Cubs haven’t discussed a position change with him.
A similar sign is posted in many different clubhouses in baseball — “Wanted: a player who can get on base and steal.”
Watching Javier Baez swing and miss to the tune of 81 strikeouts in 44 games has brought plenty of scrutiny on both player and organization alike.
After another embarrassing start on Friday, any other starting assignments this season or moving forward would appear questionable, Bruce Levine writes.
Only the bleachers will get rehabbed this offseason.
“It’s never easy,” Darwin Barney says of his exit from Chicago.
“These decisions are tough,” Theo Epstein says.
Edwin Jackson faces Clayton Kershaw on Friday at Wrigley Field.
Kris Bryant is ignoring the talk of his major league call-up, which should come in early 2015.
Cubs righty Jake Arrieta took a no-hitter into the eighth inning and struck out 13.