Levine: Maddux Stays In Character In Hall Of Fame SpeechGreg Maddux was truly one of a kind in a 22-year career in which he won 355 games.
Baffoe: Goodbye To Barney Another Goodbye To HendryDarwin Barney’s exit, unceremonious as it is, is a watershed for Cubdom.
Reds Beat Cubs 3-1 Behind BaileyHomer Bailey pitched effectively into the eighth inning, Ryan Hanigan hit a three-run double and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Chicago Cubs 3-1 on Tuesday night to move closer to the NL Central title.
Wisch: Trading Sean Marshall Was A MistakeI've heard all the arguments for why the Cubs traded their best reliever, and none of them has been compelling enough for me to get on board.
Cueto Helps Reds Beat Cubs 4-3Johnny Cueto threw 6 1-3 strong innings to lead the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-3 win over the Chicago Cubs on Sunday.
Kasper: Wood Needs To Get It Together SoonIt's safe to say this hasn't been the start to the season Cubs fans were hoping to see from veteran reliever Kerry Wood.
Wisch: A Great Start, But Do Cubs Need Samardzija In The Pen?On Sunday, the onetime wide receiver strung together a series of goose eggs on Easter to dazzle in his 2012 debut and make it appear as if that day has perhaps finally arrived.
Epstein: Cubs' Focus Not Solely On 2012 When Theo Epstein first arrived in Chicago, one of his first moves was to trade arguably the Cubs best left-handed pitcher in Sean Marshall.
Cubs Acquire Cincinnati's Travis Wood For Sean MarshallThe Cubs on Friday acquired left-handed pitcher Travis Wood and two others from the Cincinnati Reds, in a trade for pitcher Sean Marshall.
Report: Cubs Close To Trading Marshall To RedsThe Cubs are reportedly close to sending lefty reliever Sean Marshall to the Cincinnati Reds for lefty starter Travis Wood and at least one, perhaps two, minor league players.
Report: Cubs To Completely Rebuild, Won't Sign FielderNot only are the Cubs not players for Prince Fielder, but Theo Epstein plans to completely rebuild, according to a report.
Lopez, Cubs Hand Houston Its Record 100th LossRodrigo Lopez and the Chicago Cubs handed Houston its record 100th loss Saturday, shutting down the Astros 2-1.