Chris Emma covers much of the Chicago sports scene for 670 The Score and CBSChicago.com. He previously worked with Scout.com and 247Sports.com. A Geneva native, he now lives in the Lakeview neighborhood.
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The Cubs were kept from clinching, thanks to the Pirates’ closing ability.
Ramirez sees similarities between the Cubs and his 2004 Red Sox.
“I feel so much more comfortable,” Clausen says.
Sabermetrics illustrate the effectiveness of Hendricks this season.
Chicago (0-2) seeks its first win of the season Sunday in one of the league’s most hostile environments.
Despite reports that Cutler will miss Sunday’s game, John Fox hasn’t ruled him out.
Arrieta has been dominant during this tremendous 2015 run.
Bryant surpassed Billy Williams on Tuesday for the Cubs’ rookie record for home runs.
Chicago is looking ahead to next Sunday in Seattle.
Without Jay Cutler, the Bears lost their ability to be competent and were exposed for a lack of overall talent.
The Bears unraveled after losing Jay Cutler to a hamstring injury.
Cutler suffered a hamstring injury in the second quarter of Sunday’s loss.
Cutler was injured on an interception returned for a touchdown.
The Bears will be without their top receiver.
“We want it all,” Cubs rookie Kris Bryant says.
The Cubs and Cardinals exchanged bean balls on Friday.
An 11th-year Blackhawk, Seabrook fills a void following Patrick Sharp’s departure.
The Blackhawks saw the harsh realization Thursday of how insignificant hockey is for Patrick Kane right now.
Fangio and his Bears must get pressure up front.
Bennett and the Bears aren’t satisfied with just staying competitive.