The best moments of Jake Arrieta’s Cubs career

Jake Arrieta said on Monday that he’s planning to retire from playing professional baseball. The former National League Cy Young Winner broke the news while appearing on the “Pardon My Take” podcast. Arrieta was a major contributor to the Cubs’…

Cubs pitching depth being put to the test

The Cubs' move to add Mark Leiter Jr. was the first early-season move that was made to address the pitching staff. Chicago depth of arms is being tested, so it wouldn't come as a surprise to see another move like Leiter's come soon.

Justin Steele looking to earn his keep with the Cubs

The Cubs came into spring training without a totally clear picture of what the rotation will look like on Opening Day. There is, however, one young arm who's clearly making a surge toward locking down a job in the rotation: Justin Steele.

Cubs baseball returns as players report for spring training

MESA, Ariz. — Frank Schwindel took his swings in the batting cage Sunday morning, with players and coaches gathered around the cage. After a round of depositing balls in the outfield and hitting liners up the middle, he began taking them deep over the left field wall.

How should the Cubs’ middle infield shape up in 2022?

Right now, there are three players who stand to get the most time at second base and shortstop: David Bote, Nico Hoerner, and Nick Madrigal. There are questions about what each of them will be able to contribute if called upon to handle the majority of the innings at second and short in 2022.