The Cubs are 51-46 on the season.
Hamels threw the first no-hitter at Wrigley Field since 1972.
Every year it happens: Big-league trades send hitters and pitchers from the National League to the American League—and vice versa. This isn’t always a good thing, though, as pitchers have a hard time adjusting going from the NL to the AL, while hitters have a hard time adjusting going from the AL to the NL.
The Cubs’ manager keeps his team comfortable with a positive life approach.
The Phillies’ closer has made his hopes to be traded known.
Happ was selected with the ninth overall pick in the 2015 draft.
The Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
On National Hot Dog Day, we celebrate by looking at the best hot dogs in baseball stadiums around the country.
White Sox rookie third baseman Saladino has brought a needed spark.
The Cardinals lead the division, but the Pirates and Cubs are pressuring.
A look at which teams should buy and sell at the deadline based on the numbers.
By David Heim Forget Wally World; this summer’s hottest vacation spot is Petco Park. It rarely rains in San Diego to begin with, and it rarely rains enough to put hometown Padres games in jeopardy. But […]
Even 10 years later, that 2005 World Series is something to be cherished.
When trying to improve your fantasy roster, it’s important to gauge which statistical categories can help you the most. If you’re last in batting average, maybe it’s not worth it to acquire a .300 hitter. If you’re in the middle of the pack in steals, it might be worth it to find a speedster for your lineup.
We caught up with this year’s longest streak holder in MLB.com’s Beat The Streak game.
The wild-card race will be intriguing. If it began today, it’d be Astros-Twins and Cubs-Pirates.
We take a look at a first half of Chicago baseball with five key statistical points.
The lawsuit asks for safety netting for the entire length of the foul lines.
The new Home Run Derby rules provided for an entertaining show, it shows innovative thinking the sport hasn’t been used to.
Whether good or bad, these All-Star Game moments were certainly memorable.