“I want to be here and stay here,” Castro says.
In the thick of a wild-card race, the Cubs need to make a deal and do it soon.
It’s not a crisis and context is everything — but this sure is ugly of late.
The Cubs are 51-46 on the season.
Chicago fell to 51-46 after being swept by Philadelphia.
The trading deadline for non-waiver deals sometimes leads to round pegs not fitting in square holes.
The Cubs’ manager keeps his team comfortable with a positive life approach.
Maddon is wary of wearing Schwarber out by making him an everyday player.
“He could’ve had a chance for greatness,” a Boers and Bernstein Show caller says of Rick Renteria.
Listen to Maddon’s full interview on the Spiegel and Goff Show.
The Cubs start the second half with a 47-40 record.
Joe Maddon initially didn’t want his guys partaking in the Derby, then changed his tune.
Rizzo and Bryant will see a fantasy turn into reality come Monday night.
The Cubs are 32-0 when leading after eight innings.
The Grateful Dead will perform three sold-out shows at Soldier Field this weekend.
Maddon dug into his bag of motivational tricks.
Maddon wants the Cubs to play better baseball late and cut down on strikeouts.
Every National League team has had its flaws displayed, Orel Hershiser says.
The Cubs were hitless in 10 at-bats with runners in scoring position and got swept by the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday night.
Maddon was shocked a game-ending call was upheld Wednesday night in a loss to the Dodgers.