Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein's deal expires at the end of next season, but he has always been very clear that 10 years is his magic number. CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports.

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Theo Epstein Likely To Leave Cubs After 2021 SeasonCubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein's deal expires at the end of next season, but he has always been very clear that 10 years is his magic number. CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports.
Cubs Playoff Baseball Begins In Wrigleyville, Under Much Different Circumstances Than UsualPlayoff baseball is back at Wrigley Field, but because of COVID-19, fans are not. CBS 2’s Marissa Parra reports.
Cubs Work Out Ahead Of First Game Of Playoff SeriesThe Cubs are playoff vets compared to the young Marlins, but that might not matter in a short best-of-three series.
Athletes Unlimited Softball Gives Power To PlayersA new and unique women’s softball league is playing a six-week schedule at the Parkway Bank Sports Complex in Rosemont.
White Sox Clinch Playoff SpotThe most fun White Sox team in years is now also the first to clinch a spot in the playoffs in 12 years.
Jon Lester Reflects On What Might Have Been His Last Start At Wrigley"I didn't think six years would go this fast," the Cubs pitcher said.
Multiple Protests Called Off In Protest Over Jacob Blake ShootingThe Cubs played, but Jason Heyward chose to sit out. Meanwhile, Chicago Sky Coach James Wade had some choice words about the situation.
Lucas Giolito Speaks After Pitching No-HitterGiolito pitched the season's first no-hitter Tuesday night as the White Sox beat the Pittsburgh Pirates.
'Field Of Dreams' Game PostponedThanks to the coronavirus, the anticipated Field of Dream game to be played in Iowa was scrapped for this month. Organizers said they hope to have it take place next year.
Cubs' Rizzo On COVID-19 Cases In MLB: It's Nerve Raking For SureAnthony Rizzo of the Chicago Cubs says with more games being cancelled and more players testing positive for COVID-19, the threat of the virus is on everyone's minds.
Cubs, White Sox Follow Tight Protocols As MLB Sees First COVID-19 Crisis Of SeasonWith two games postponed and 13 members of the Miami Marlins having tested positive for the coronavirus, baseball is on the brink.
Better Late Than Never: Baseball Is Back In ChicagoBoth teams open at home at empty stadiums and plenty of precautions.
Cubs, White Sox Announce Opening Day RostersJust one day before their Opening Day, the Cubs and White Sox announced their 30-man rosters Thursday.
Kyle Hendricks Will Be Opening Day Starter For CubsIn front of the other starting pitchers, Cubs Manager David Ross let Kyle Hendricks know he would be the Opening Day starter.
Cubs' Anthony Rizzo Hopes To Be Off Injured List Before Season StartsAnthony Rizzo is hopeful he won't have to start the season on the injured list. The Cubs' first baseman has been a spectator the last week of camp due to his back issues. 
Sox, Cubs Continue Summer PracticeCBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports on what both teams are working on to prepare for the upcoming season.
David Ross, 5 Cubs Players, Miss Workout As They Await COVID-19 Test ResultsTesting delays forced Chicago Cubs Manager David Ross and five other players to miss their workout at Wrigley Field Monday morning, out of an abundance of caution.
After 10-Month Wait, Baseball Season Quickly ArrivingBy this time next week, the Cubs and White Sox will be playing an exhibition game against each other.
White Sox Pitcher Michael Kopech Won't Play In 2020 SeasonWhite Sox pitcher Michael Kopech has decided not to participate this season.
Cubs' Kimbrel Adjusting To New Normal; No Fans May Equal Less AdrenalineThe Chicago Cubs are still plowing forward without a reported positive coronavirus test among their players. 
Kyle Schwarber Expected To Be Cubs' Designated Hitter Often This SeasonAt Cubs camp, there is a lot of newness for Kyle Schwarber to get used to, which likely includes a lot of time at designated hitter with it being added to the National League this season. 
Fans Can Buy Cardboard Cutouts Of Themselves In Stands At Sox Games; No Decision Yet On Opening Day Starting PitcherYou may not be able to attend the White Sox opening homestand, but a reasonable facsimile of you can! Fans can submit a photo and have their cardboard cutout sit in the stands for the first three home games against the Minnesota Twins. 
Concerns About COVID-19CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports baseball players have COVID-19 concerns as they start their summer practice session.
David Ross Says Cubs Have Had 'Good Energy' As They PracticeThe Cubs played another intrasquad game Sunday night, as they tried to squeeze in as much work as possible while having fun.

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