Baseball Players Concerned About Lack Of COVID-19 TestingMultiple teams around Major League Baseball, including the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros, had to cancel their Monday practices because of delays with the coronavirus test results.
David Ross Says Cubs Have Had 'Good Energy' As They PracticeThe Cubs were back to work practicing at Wrigley Field on Sunday, and the weather has certainly been cooperating.
Cubs Pitching Coach Tommy Hottovy Gets Emotional As He Talks About Experience Of Having Had COVID-19Cubs pitching coach Tommy Hottovy teared up when he announced he recently had COVID-19.
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.
What Can We Expect From Cubs, White Sox This Shortened Baseball Season?CBS 2’s Luke Stuckmeyer asked Mark Gonzales, the Cubs beat writer for the Chicago Tribune, what kind of game shape the players are likely to be in.
White Sox Have Largest Playoff Odds Increase With 60-Game Season, According To FanGraphs ProjectionsThe White Sox playoff chances increased by 18 percent according to projections. But, they're still on the outside looking in.
Chicago Cubs Sign Mount Carmel Grad Ed HowardHoward graduated from Chicago's Mt. Carmel High School.
Cubs Select Mount Carmel Shortstop, Jackie Robinson West Little League Alum Ed Howard In First Round Of MLB DraftThe Chicago Cubs on Wednesday night selected shortstop Ed Howard with the 16th overall pick in the first round of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player draft.
Former Cub Doug Glanville: We Could All Benefit From Baseball Right NowThe fate of the Major League Baseball season is bouncing back and forth like a baserunner caught in a rundown.
Theo Epstein Says Cubs Planning To Create Diversity Committee"The majority of people that I’ve hired, if I’m being honest, have similar backgrounds as me and look a lot like me,” Epstein said. “That’s something that I need to ask myself why. I need to question my own assumptions, my own attitudes. I need to find a way to be better.”
Former Cubs Outfielder Matt Szczur's Artwork Keeps Him Busy During QuarantineOutfielder Matt Szczur might be with the Phillies now, but his artwork shows he still feels a strong connection to Chicago and the Cubs who drafted him in 2010.
Former Cubs General Manager Saltwell DiesSaltwell arrived in Chicago in 1958 and served as concession manager, traveling secretary, assistant secretary, assistant treasurer, secretary, general manager, vice president and consultant.
Cubs Legend Andre Dawson Now Serving Hometown Of Miami As Funeral Home Owner“As an athlete you’re kind of used to the crowd roar, and the cheers, and this is completely the opposite. The sad, emotional side of me comes out a lot," Dawson said.
Cubs Hall of Famer Andre Dawson Deals With Coronavirus As A MorticianDawson, 65, entered the business in 2003, when he became an investor in his younger brother's funeral home.
Woman Sues Cubs After Saying She Was Hit In Face With Foul Ball, Seriously Injured In 2018A Cubs fan is suing her favorite team, after she said she was hit in the face with a ball.