Schlitter had a 9.53 ERA in his first stint with the Cubs this season.
After 35 games, Rizzo has put up some flashy numbers and leads the league in on-base percentage.
Pittsburgh right fielder Gregory Polanco tripped and fell while trying to catch an easy fly, and the ball dropped for the game-winning RBI single.
Jeff Locke opposes Kyle Hendricks this afternoon at Wrigley Field.
Sabermetrics show how the Cubs can increase their offensive production.
Chicago scored four runs to tie it in the fifth inning and the winning run in the seventh.
“Everybody around here now expects to win,” Welington Castillo says.
Jonathan Niese opposes Travis Wood this afternoon at Wrigley Field.
Chris Coghlan drew a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the ninth inning to give Chicago a 2-1 win.
Give Cub fans three guesses and they mostly would draw a blank on the name of the infield coach on the team.
Matt Harvey opposes Jason Hammel tonight at Wrigley Field.
Bryant’s all-around game was on display Tuesday in a 6-1 win against the Mets.
Kris Bryant had three hits, including a homer, and Jake Arrieta pitched eight strong innings.
Manager Joe Maddon is stressing that the Cubs make adjustments while young.
Rizzo’s always good for some fun.
Here’s our weekly look at how the prospects are faring for the Cubs and White Sox.
Soler’s had a respectable start but has much room to improve, Maddon says.
Noah Syndergaard opposes Jake Arrieta tonight at Wrigley Field.
“My expectations are more than anybody can put on me,” Lester says.
The left-field and center-field bleachers reopened Monday night to rave reviews.