Cubs Opening Day Marks First Big Event In Chicago Since COVID-19 Pandemic BeganCBS 2's Chris Tye evaluates how the home opener at Wrigley Field went Thursday, with many pandemic restrictions in place.
Cubs Home Opener Comes With Tight Restrictions At Wrigley FieldBaseball was back at Wrigley Field Thursday as the Cubs took on the Pittsburgh Pirates on a chilly Opening Day 2021 – though with reduced crowds. It was the first mega-event Chicago has seen since the pandemic began. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
For White Sox, Rick Hahn Urges Focusing On Right NowThe White Sox are in California, where they'll face the Angels on Thursday night.
Jed Hoyer Remains Hopeful For Deal With Anthony RizzoThe Cubs and Anthony Rizzo appear to be far apart on a new deal, but Jed Hoyer said he's very confident something will get done.
This Year Might Be Anthony Rizzo's Last With CubsOpening Day is Thursday, and it’s hard to believe this will already be Anthony Rizzo's 10th year in the Cubs organization - and possibly his last.
Calls Mount For Name Change For Skokie Indians Little League OrganizationThe Skokie Indians Little League organization has been around since the 1950s, and while the league isn’t going anywhere, its name might be. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Cubs, White Sox Enthusiastic About Return Of Fans To StandsCubs Manger David Ross and White Sox Manager Tony La Russa are both excited as fans are set to return to the stands this season.
Businesses Relieved By Prospect Of Fans In The Stands At Chicago BallparksCubs and White Sox fans will once again be allowed into Wrigley Field and Guaranteed Rate Field for Cubs and White Sox games, albeit with restrictions. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Fans At Wrigley, Guaranteed Rate Fields Mean Good News For BusinessesFor the first time in a year, fans will soon be heading back to the stands at both Major League Baseball parks in Chicago. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Sox Camp: Kopech Adjusting To Switching From Starter To RelieverAt White Sox camp, Michael Kopech is not sure when he'll get his first shot in a Spring Training game.
Cubs Preparing For First Cactus League Game MondayThe Cubs will play their first Cactus League game on Monday against the new-look San Diego Padres.
Spring Training 2021: Kris Bryant On Jed Hoyer, Nick Madrigal Feeling Good After SurgeryCBS 2's Matt Zahn has the latest on Spring Training with the Cubs and White Sox.
Spring Training 2021: La Russa On Abreu, Robert; Heyward On Cubs' Season To ComeWhite Sox Manager Tony La Russa says Jose Abreu is raring to go after going on the COVID protocol list, and calls Luis Robert a "six-tool player." Meanwhile, Jason Heyward is relieved by the Cubs not being the favorites for a change. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Spring Training 2021: Andrew Vaughn Hopes To Make Opening Day Roster For Sox, Ian Happ Expected To Lead Off For CubsCBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports as Spring Training practices continue in Arizona for the Cubs and White Sox.
Spring Training 2021: First Day Of Full-Squad Workouts For Cubs, White SoxOpening Day is coming up in just 37 days. CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports.
Abreu Delayed Working Out With Sox, While Most Of Cubs Full Squad In PlaceMonday marked the first day of full-squad workouts for the Cubs and White Sox in Arizona.
Spring Training 2021: New Pitchers Settling In For Cubs, White SoxThe Cubs' Zach Davies talks about learning from Kyle Hendricks, and the White Sox' Lance Lynn emphasizes that the team has World Series aspirations.
Spring Training 2021: Arietta On Returning To Cubs, Kopech On Absence From White SoxJake Arrieta is back with the Cubs after a disappointing stint in Philadelphia, while Michael Kopech has returned to the White Sox after an extended absence.
Spring Training 2021: Thoughts From Sox' Liam Hendriks, Cubs' Alec MillsThursday marked day two for pitchers and catchers as the Cubs and White Sox begin Spring Training.
Spring Training 2021: Optimism High For White Sox, Arrieta Back For CubsPitchers and catchers both reported for Spring Training for the Cubs and White Sox Wednesday.
Jed Hoyer Signs 5-Year Contact As Cubs President Of Baseball OperationsThe Cubs on Monday announced Jed Hoyer agreed to terms with the Cubs on a new five-year contract running through the 2025 season.
Cubs President Of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein OutTheo Epstein will leave the Chicago Cubs, effective this Friday. CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports.
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.

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