It appears that the Cubs may have figured out a solution to their lack of a closer: Just never lead again.
There aren’t many long-tenured stalwarts or stars for the Cubs, but the chemistry is still clicking.
Mike Olt has a renewed belief and confidence with his vision problems behind him.
Junior Lake and Mike Olt have earned a little more time while playing in platoons.
Castro homered twice Tuesday and has a five-game hitting streak.
There are more loopholes and flaws than anyone envisioned with the new system.
Before the rainbow, there must be rain. And it’s raining right now on Chicago baseball.
Mike Olt and Ryan Kalish have made the Opening Day roster for the Cubs.
By Bruce Levine- (CBS) Darwin Barney has been through the emotional ringer this offseason. For one, he’s heard his name in the trade rumor mill all winter, whispers that continue to swirl around him daily. […]
The Cubs figure to be cautious with Castro with 17 games in cold-weather cities to open the season.
Slowed by injury, Cubs infielder Mike Olt is hoping to squeeze into the platoon at third base.
Samardzija isn’t worried about the inclement weather that may await in Pittsburgh.
Manager Rick Renteria still hasn’t named his Opening Day starter.
If Javier Baez has a higher defensive ceiling than Starlin Castro, then the latter needs to look at moving positions.
Jeff Samardzija wants to show he can be consistent for an entire season.
All we know is Rick Renteria is an optimist — which may be all the Cubs need.
Wins often equate to power in sports, but that’s not all.
Javier Baez still needs to work on his defense and become more refined before becoming a regular at Wrigley.
Jeff Samardzija would like to remain a Cub, but a gap remains in contract negotiations.
The young hitters give reason for hope, but quality young arms aren’t arriving anytime soon.