Some MLB Players Opt Out Of 2020 Season Due To COVID-19 Concerns; Cubs Prepare For Any Possible IssuesPlans are moving forward for Major League Baseball, with teams beginning practices this week – but we also have some players starting to opt out.
Cubs' Anthony Rizzo Launches Push To Get Hot Meals To Doctors, Nurses On Front Line Of Coronavirus FightAnthony Rizzo is at bat for those on the front line of the coronavirus fight. He talked with CBS 2’s Brad Edwards about his efforts Thursday from his Florida home – joined by his dog, Kevin.
Cubs' Rizzo Helps To Feed Hospital Workers On COVID-19 Front LinesHe sent hundreds of meals to healthcare workers at Lurie Children's in Streeterville and Illinois Masonic in Lakeview.
Cubs Meet Joe Maddon's Angels At Sloan Park, Mic'd Anthony Rizzo Makes Joke At Houston Astros' ExpenseThere was lots of love between the Cubs and the Los Angeles Angels on Monday – amid a big reunion.
Cubs Manager David Ross Believes Kris Bryant Will Be On His Opening Day Roster Despite Trade RumorsThe rumors continue to fly that Kris Bryant or other high -profile players could be traded maybe even before this season starts.
Anthony Rizzo Hosts Annual Walk-Off For Cancer In FloridaCubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo this offseason is back home in Florida, where he hosted the 8th Annual Walk-Off for Cancer in his native Parkland.
Cubs Exercise $16.5 Million 2020 Contract Option For Anthony RizzoThe Cubs have exercised a $16.5 million option for next season on first baseman Anthony Rizzo.
With Another Loss To Cardinals, Cubs' Postseason Chances Have Been Dealt Major BlowThe Cubs' postseason chances took a major hit today after losing to the St. Louis Cardinals.
Injured Anthony Rizzo Comes Back To Homer, But Cubs Lose To CardinalsDays after leaving a game with a sprained right ankle with expectations that he’d be out for a week, Anthony Rizzo hit a home run as the Cubs took on the St. Louis Cardinals Thursday night. But the Cubs lost.
Cubs' Anthony Rizzo Expected To Be Out At Least 5 To 7 Days After Ankle SprainCubs slugger and first baseman Anthony Rizzo is expected to be out for at least five to seven days after spraining his ankle while playing the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday.
Cubs Clobber Pirates Again, But Rizzo Leaves With InjuryStar first baseman Anthony Rizzo was pulled from a game Sunday with a sprained right ankle, putting a damper on the Chicago Cubs' victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.