Mark Grote is the host of Cubs pregame and postgame shows on 670 The Score. He was previously the update anchor for the “Mully and Hanley Show” on 670 The Score and the host of Bears pregame shows for the station. In the baseball offseason, he serves as a part-time host and update anchor.
The Cubs are no joke, not anymore.
The Cubs’ Arrieta takes the ball against the Cardinals in Game 3 of the NLDS on Monday evening.
For the first time in MLB history, the three best records came from the same division.
Now with the Royals, Sveum has high praise for the 2015 Cubs.
Wood reflects on the Cubs of the past and present, including a memorable 2003 season.
A member of the ’84 Cubs, Matthews reflects on the past and present.
“It’s all about the starting pitchers in that particular game,” Maddon says.
Baez’s versatility gives him a good chance to make the postseason roster.
Plus, Dexter Fowler continues to set the tone for the Cubs at the lead-off spot.
“They are allowing their talent to take over and win the ball game,” Theo Epstein says.
McLeod talks Baez, Double-A prospect Wilson Contreras and September call-ups.
Hammel hasn’t gone deep in games, Lester needs to work on his pick-off and Hendricks has had recent troubles with mechanics.
Samardzija will hit the open market this offseason after an up-and-down 2015 campaign.
Soler has five home runs this season in 344 plate appearances.
Plus, Pedro Strop and Tommy Hunter are happy to be reunited.
Assistant hitting coach Eric Hinske and third baseman Kris Bryant share thoughts amid the team’s offensive struggles.
Smoltz gives his thoughts on Chicago’s younsters, Jon Lester and who he thinks is the NL favorite.
“You’ve only got one chance at this with your brain, so let’s be smart,” Matheny says.
With the Cubs in New York, Mike Baxter recalled his 2012 catch that preserved the Mets’ only no-hitter.
Every National League team has had its flaws displayed, Orel Hershiser says.