Barricades Going Up Around Wrigley FieldCrowd-control measures were going into high gear in the fourth inning of the NLCS Game 6, as the Cubs edged closer to winning the pennant.
Levine: Cubs' Kyle Schwarber Still A Long Shot For World SeriesSchwarber is taking at-bats in the Arizona Fall League as the Cubs explore adding him to a potential World Series roster.
God Probably Not Intervening In Cubs Game, But Pastor Has A Work-AroundA North Side priest has some thoughts about divine intervention and baseball. WBBM's Rob Hart reports.
Levine: Cubs Tune Out Hype As Party Atmosphere Bubbles In Wrigleyville"We believe in ourselves, and we know they believe in us," Kris Bryant says of Cubs fans.
Cubs Sit Jason Heyward, Start Albert Almora Jr. For Game 6 Of NLCSThe only big change is that Almora Jr. gets the start in right field in place of Heyward.
Levine: All That Stands In Way Of Cubs' World Series Trip? Best Pitcher On PlanetThe Dodgers look to stave off elimination behind ace Clayton Kershaw.
Cubs Manager Joe Maddon Confirms Kyle Schwarber Could Return For World SeriesSchwarber could be a candidate to be the Cubs' designated hitter in a potential World Series appearance.
A Uniquely Chicago Swap: 'Hamilton' For Cubs TicketsSome people want to see potentially historic baseball, others want to watch the nearly impossible-to-see Broadway smash, CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Police Say They're Ready For Crowds If Cubs Win PennantMayor Rahm Emanuel appeared confident any public postgame party wouldn't be spoiled by rowdy fans, CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Wrigley's 'The Pink Hat Guy' Has A Lot Invested In Saturday's NLCS GameA season-ticket holder since 1967, Jim Anixter is turning 72 on the day the Cubs may punch their ticket to the World Series. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.
Fans Camp Near Wrigley, Hoping Tickets Are Released For Saturday's GameThere's no guarantee their waiting in chilly weather will pay off, CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
After Saving Him For Game 6, Dodgers Need Clayton Kershaw More Than Ever"We can grab that momentum by one name," Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez says. "Kershaw."