Cubs' Anthony Rizzo Ready For Upcoming Season: 'We've Got To Play Better'The Cubs didn’t upgrade their already talented roster, but there’s no shortage of leadership in the locker room. The now spoken-for Anthony Rizzo has no problem speaking up.
Javy Baez Wants More Walks This SeasonInstead of opening up the vault for superstar free agent outfielder Bryce Harper, the Cubs are banking on a repeat performance from MVP runner-up Javier Baez.
Tom Ricketts Addresses Father's Racist Email Controversy; 'Our Family Was Never Raised That Way'Chicago Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts on Monday insisted his father is not racist, after the publication of several emails from Joe Ricketts in which he shared Islamophobic jokes, comments, and conspiracy theories.
Chicago Cubs Surprise Pediatric Patients With Spring Training TripSeven pediatric patients were surprised with an invitation to Spring Training.
Cubs' Maddon Foresees 'Fluid' Situation For Bullpen"I think primarily the focus will be who's rested, who hasn't pitched a couple days in a row. And work it that way until Brandon becomes available. And when he becomes available, it's still not going to be an everyday kind of thing."
Hottovy Brings Analytics Approach To CubsThe 37-year-old is in his first year as the Cub's pitching coach after previously serving as the team's prevention coordinator.
Addison Russell Speaks Out About Domestic Violence Suspension; 'I’m Not Proud Of The Person That I Was'In his first public comments since he was suspended for 40 games for violating the league’s domestic violence policy, Chicago Cubs shortstop Addison Russell apologized to his wife and his team, and said he believes counseling is making him a better person.
Chicago Cubs Spring Training Notebook: Buzz About PitchingObservations and notes from the first week of spring training for the Chicago Cubs:
Chicago Cubs: Five Story Lines For 2019 SeasonMajor League Baseball is back, and here are five big story lines for the Chicago Cubs in 2019.
Cubs, Sox Make No Small Plans For The Upcoming Season"We have a lot of talent, good enough to compete. That's what I see. I see it on the face of these guys. They're hungry and they want to win."
Xavier Cedeno Agrees To $900,000, 1-Year Contract With CubsThe deal is not guaranteed, meaning Cedeno could be released for termination pay before opening day.
Cubs, Sox Focus On The Field During Spring TrainingAt the Cubs spring training camp, the buzz is about starter Yu Darvish feeling great after surgery on his arm, and teammates noticing how much stronger he looks. Darvish opened up and admitted he felt the pressure of high expectations last season after he signed a $126 million dollar contract.