Jason Hammel opposes Clayton Kershaw tonight at Dodger Stadium.
Haren has a 6.31 ERA in five starts with Chicago this season.
Rodney has a 5.68 ERA in 50 2/3 innings in 2015.
Bumgarner was masterful, striking out 12 and allowing just two hits and one run in six innings.
Dan Haren opposes Madison Bumgarner this afternoon at AT&T Park.
Joe Maddon is all for having his young Chicago Cubs team tested in late August. What perfect preparation for the stretch run of September.
Ross is hitting .190 this season.
McLeod talks Baez, Double-A prospect Wilson Contreras and September call-ups.
Kyle Hendricks opposes Jake Peavy tonight at AT&T Park.
Bonifacio could be considered for a September call-up.
Chicago has won 21 of its past 25 games, its best run since 1938.
Kyle Schwarber has just four hits in his last 29 at-bats, though all have been for home runs.
Russell will be available Tuesday night, but Maddon doesn’t plan to use him.
Jake Arrieta opposes Matt Cain tonight at AT&T Park.
The MLB and MLBPA announced a new domestic violence policy over the weekend and they look like they got it right.
The Cubs enjoy winning too much to be stoic about it.
The Cubs are gaining national acclaim after winning 20 of their past 24 games.
Even for fans who pay close attention, there’s little time to react to line-drive foul balls.
Who should start in a potential wild-card play-in game?
A woman who took a line drive foul ball to the head on Sunday at Wrigley Field was the latest victim in a string of fan injuries that has people calling for changes at the old ballpark.