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Javier Baez has a new glove, designed specifically for the World Baseball Classic in Puerto Rico's colors of red, white and blue. Cubs manager Joe Maddon probably wouldn't be surprised to see some chrome on it, too.
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He had to change his phone number and deal with friends and family who were confused but Tommy La Stella said he has no regrets about his decision last year to go home rather than report to the Minor Leagues when the Cubs sent him down.
The Cubs and the city of Mesa will host a championship rally on Friday from noon to 4 p.m. MT/11 a.m-3 p.m. CT at Sloan Park, one day before the defending World Series champs open Cactus League play.
Kyle Schwarber felt right at home catching a bullpen session, but he made sure to note that he's the Cubs' third catcher -- not the regular -- this season.
Rain on Sunday forced the Cubs to limit their workouts to the batting cages for the second day, but the team is on track for next Saturday's Cactus League opener. However, don't expect to see Jon Lester, Jake Arrieta, Kyle Hendricks and John Lackey until the second week of games, manager Joe Maddon said.
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Ben Zobrist acknowledges the incredible effect that the Cubs' championship had on its fans, and after an offseason of celebration, he wants to help deliver another title.
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Jason Heyward felt the need to do something after his inaugural season with the Cubs, when he batted .230, hit a career-low seven homers and drove in 49 runs in 142 games.
Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts thanked players and staff on Saturday for the team's 2016 season, which was capped by the franchise's first World Series championship since 1908. Next, Ricketts said, is to win again and have the Cubs join the elite group of organizations that are among the best in the world.
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Kyle Schwarber got a hug from pitcher John Lackey, and then he got to be a catcher on Friday for the first time this spring.
The last team to repeat as World Series champions was the Yankees, winning three in a row from 1998-2000. Could the Cubs be the next to do so? Jon Lester says they may be naive and cocky enough.
A wild 2016 finally caught up to the Cubs' Addison Russell in late November.
During the Cubs' visit to the White House in January, Anthony Rizzo spotted a small sign on former President Barack Obama's desk in the Oval Office that said, "Hard things are hard." The message resonated with Rizzo, and is something the Cubs need to remember as they begin defense of their World Series championship.
Cubs fans now know when they can buy tickets to watch their club at Wrigley Field as the World Series champions look to repeat in 2017. The club announced on Thursday that single-game tickets will go on sale Feb. 24, at 10 a.m. CT
Cubs reliever Pedro Strop was lucky. When he was involved in a car accident in the Dominican Republic in November 2014, he just needed a few stitches on his left arm. Yordano Ventura, tragically, was not as fortunate, and Strop wants to do what he can to avoid losing another young talent in his native country.
After the first official workout for Cubs pitchers and catchers on Wednesday, Brett Anderson posted an update on his Twitter account, saying: "I made it through my first bullpen unscathed ... small victory."
Right-hander Jake Arrieta has had success since joining the Cubs, winning a National League Cy Young Award in 2015 and a World Series last year, and he said on Wednesday that he expects to have conversations with the club regarding a contract extension.
At last, the high road is open for Cubs fans, so why not travel it? We're here to help. With the Cubs holding their first workout for pitchers and catchers on Wednesday, now seems like a good time for a quick primer on handling success:
Last year, Miguel Cubs catcher Montero went from regular to backup when Willson Contreras was promoted from the Minors in June. Now, Montero heads into 2017 in a reserve role, and he's making the best of it.
Cubs right-hander Hector Rondon was named to Team Venezuela's roster for the World Baseball Classic, but he may not pitch if he doesn't feel ready when play begins in early March.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon has his slogans ready for 2017. Get the T-shirts ready. The themes for 2017? Be uncomfortable, authenticity, and don't forget the heartbeat.
Cubs infielder Javier Baez, who will be competing in his first World Baseball Classic, said he'll play second base for Team Puerto Rico.
Cubs lefty Mike Montgomery prepped this offseason to start, but his role may change with the addition of Brett Anderson, a free agent, who missed nearly all of last season following back surgery.
Jon Jay knows what it's like the season after winning a World Series, having been with the Cardinals when they won the championship in 2011. He's watching how the Cubs adjust.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Cubs squad each day this week. Today's topic: Spring Training is here.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Cubs squad each day this week. Today's topic: Predicting the 25-man roster.
The Cubs avoided going to arbitration with reliever Pedro Strop, reaching an agreement on Saturday on a $5.5 million contract for the 2017 season.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Cubs squad each day this week. Today's topic: Who Might Surprise?