The Cubs picked up their first win of the season behind a strong outing from Jake Arrieta.
The bathrooms at Wrigley Field are working again for the Cubs-Cardinals game Wednesday afternoon, reports WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
The Cubs aren’t as concerned about Lester as the national media seems to be.
Maddon will join Spiegel and Goff on Tuesdays at noon during the baseball season.
Jake Arrieta takes the mound today for the Cubs, first pitch at 1:20.
Just because Addison Russell’s in the pipeline doesn’t mean Castro doesn’t have a role in the long term.
Given the issues on Opening Night, the Cubs have augmented their restrooms in left field.
Can Arismendy Alcantara be consistent? And is Jake Arrieta the true staff ace?
The game won’t be made up this week.
If we’ve learned anything, the first game of 162 is a microcosm of all of them. Right?
“We just didn’t do our job,” spokesman Julian Green said. “We got to get it better.”
The Cubs raised ticket prices for the first time since 2010.
There were restroom and concession issues Sunday night as the baseball world turned its eyes toward Wrigley Field.
The final weekend of campaign 2015 found the two candidates for mayor racing all over the city, but both ended up in the same place Sunday night: Wrigley Field for Opening Night.
The Chicago Cubs apologized to fans Monday morning, after extremely long lines for restrooms on Opening Night left many people venting their frustrations on social media.
In reality, new Cubs ace Jon Lester was making his last spring training start, as opposed to his first outing of the 2015 regular season on Sunday evening.
Responses to the big video board were largely positive.
Opening Night was thwarted by the Cubs’ rival and was a reminder to stay patient.
Adam Wainwright threw six innings of shutout baseball.
The Cubs will open the year with three catchers.