As Expected, Cubs Tender Contracts To 4 Key Pitchers Jake Arrieta, Hector Rondon, Pedro Strop and Justin Grimm remain under team control in 2017.
Levine: Cubs Won't Stand Pat At Winter MeetingsThe Cubs have their eyes on adding bullpen help and contract-controlled young pitching to the rotation.
Cubs Sign Lefty Reliever Brian Duensing To 1-Year DealDuensing has a career 4.13 ERA and has held lefties to a .236 batting average.
LeBron James Wore A Cubs Uniform To The United Center, And Everyone Flipped OutIt was meyhem.
Smokeless Tobacco Takes A Dip Among Big League NewcomersPlayers new to the majors won't be able to dip next year without risk of penalty, a provision under baseball's tentative five-year labor agreement reached late Wednesday.
Levine: Jon Jay Happy For Chance To Play For Champion CubsJay understands how the Cubs use their 25-man roster and what leadership means to them.
Cubs' Jon Lester Is Good At Self-DeprecationLester has jokes about his inability to throw to bases.
The Bernstein Brief: MLB Ends The StupidityFinally, baseball has done away with the All-Star Game deciding World Series home-field advantage.
All-Star Game No Longer Decides Home-Field Advantage In World SeriesThe pennant winner with the better regular-season record will receive home field.
Baffoe: White Sox Tilting At Windmills Is UnfortunateThe White Sox continue to get in their own way, when there's no need or end game in doing so.
Levine: Jon Jay Signing Just The Beginning For New Cubs' AdditionsThe Jay signing makes Jorge Soler more expendable.
Cubs Sign OF Jon Jay To 1-Year DealThe 31-year-old Jay spent the 2016 season with the Padres, hitting .291.

More From CBS Chicago

News Via Email
Podcast Network
Free Weather App!

Listen Live