In order for Justin Steele to secure a spot in the Cubs rotation, he will need to master his command. And in order to do that, he will need to quell the fatigue that can hinder his mechanics. Steele has…
Power numbers are down across the league, and just over three weeks into the season, the Cubs have not been an exception. On Saturday, the Cubs may have shown the kind of offense they will feature going forward. They handed…
The Cubs are 14 games into their season, and David Ross still hasn't named anyone on the team the closer.
That's OK. Looking at how he's deployed his relievers, Ross doesn't need to give anybody a specific role for us to start getting a clearer picture of the bullpen's makeup.
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’…
Seiya Suzuki was named National League Player of the Week by Major League Baseball on Monday. If he keeps producing the way he has to start his big league career, more awards could very well be on their way.
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.
Seiya Suzuki's early success in Major League Baseball has been sort of a very early confirmation of why Jed Hoyer brought him to Chicago. And now, the things he's doing are starting to mirror what the Cubs' new offense has done at the plate.
The Cubs' slogan for 2022 is "It's Different Here," and yeah, a lot of the things surrounding the team are different this season. On Opening Day, though, Chicago set out to show it truly is different at Wrigley Field.
Ryan Herrera, Jared Wyllys, Cody Delmendo and Kyle Williams talk about
Hey, Chicago, what do ya say? We’ve gotta figure out who the Cubs will bring with them to Opening Day. Well folks, it’s a cold April 1 and people are getting pranked all over for April Fools’ Day, but here…
Seiya Suzuki has been looking forward to making his Cubs debut since he was officially introduced on Friday. With a few games at Sloan Park coming up, that day might be coming very soon.
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.
Brailyn Marquez has arrived in Mesa after missing the first 10 days of Cubs camp. Now, what's the plan for him going forward?
A season ago, Chicago's front office sold off most of the key pieces from its last World Series team. Now, the Cubs are bringing in a player who they hope will be a key piece on the next one.
Jed Hoyer said he was in "significant" conversations. Nothing made that more clear than the big splash the Cubs made on Wednesday.
Just when everyone was happy that baseball was back, Jed Hoyer dropped some injury news that'll leave a bit of a hole in the Cubs roster.
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.
The relationship has been a good one and it will continue through 2024, at least.
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.