Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant did not start Friday because of a sprained left pinkie finger, and he may miss the entire weekend series against the Cardinals.
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Will the Cubs target a veteran catcher to back up Willson Contreras? Beat reporter Carrie Muskat takes a look at what the club might do at the Trade Deadline in the latest Inbox.
The Cubs have inquired to the Rangers on the availability of ace Yu Darvish, according to sources, and a trade match between the teams is more plausible than it would've been entering the All-Star break.
Lost in the crowd of more than 450 youngsters at the Baseball ProCamp sharing his name, Javier Baez bounced around from station to station until one small child finally grabbed his attention.
Don't ask Jose Quintana about the Cubs' first-half problems. All they've done since acquiring him from the White Sox is win. This 6-0 run for the Cubs since the Quintana trade is exactly what a president of baseball operations or a general manager hopes will happen when they make a trade.
As the early portion of the season's second half has unfolded, the Cubs have altered the National League's playoff picture and begun the surge many have long anticipated they would make. The defending World Series champions captured their sixth straight victory and completed a three-game sweep with Wednesday afternoon's 8-2 win over the Braves at SunTrust Park.
Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant exited Wednesday's 8-2 win over the Braves at SunTrust Park after spraining his left pinkie finger.
Who do the Cubs have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Chicago's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
As the Cubs are evaluating how to move forward with a revamped starting rotation, John Lackey knew he had to prove his value as a key contributor to the staff. Lackey pitched with confidence in his return from plantar fasciitis in his right foot. He also left a good impression as he went five innings, allowing just one run in the Cubs' 5-1 victory against the Braves on Tuesday night at SunTrust Park.
Though this season's first half did not evolve as well as the Cubs had hoped, their perfect start to the second half has provided indication they could once again have some fun in October. The defending World Series champs matched a season-best five-game winning streak with Tuesday night's 5-1 win over the Braves at SunTrust Park.
After throwing five hitless and scoreless innings in his second rehab start at Double-A Tennessee on Monday, right-hander Kyle Hendricks knew he was ready for a return to the Cubs' starting rotation.
The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association revealed the 30 preliminary winners of the 2017 Heart and Hustle Award on Tuesday. The honor is the only one voted on by former players, and is bestowed each year upon the active player who most represents a passion for the game of baseball, and best embodies the values, spirit and tradition of the game.
A little more than a week later, Jon Lester and the Cubs have distanced themselves from the frustration they carried into the All-Star break. The veteran left-hander helped the defending World Series champs remain perfect in the second half with Monday night's 4-3 win over the Braves at SunTrust Park after an hour-long rain delay before first pitch.
Kyle Schwarber made a running catch in foul territory then ended up in the seats in the sixth inning of Monday's game against the Braves.
If the Cubs are to make a deep run at the National League Central crown, they are going to need Jon Lester to return to his dominant ways.
After an injury-riddled first half of the season, Jason Heyward feels like he has turned a corner in his return to the Cubs' lineup.
Jose Quintana admitted he was a little nervous before his first start with the Cubs on Sunday, yet the left-hander looked like the calmest player on the field.
After helping the Cubs score 27 runs in three games against the Orioles, Willson Contreras declared: "We are back. We're back to where we were last year."
When the Cubs' Albert Almora Jr. homered to lead off the third inning on Saturday night, he said something to Orioles third baseman Manny Machado as he trotted past him. Whatever it was made Machado laugh.
Jose Quintana made a great first impression on the Cubs, who did their best to welcome him. Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo each belted two-run homers and rookie Ian Happ smacked a two-run double to back Quintana in his debut, an 8-0 Interleague victory on Sunday over the Orioles at Camden Yards.
Jake Arrieta ate at his favorite breakfast spot on Saturday, then toured his old hangouts in Baltimore, showing his two young children where he used to live. He capped his homecoming with a win that could be a sign of things to come.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon wasn't panicked about his team's first half, confident that Chicago would be able to turn it on when it mattered most. And while it's only two games into the second half, Maddon's club has rewarded that trust.
Mark your calendars, Cubs fans. Manager Joe Maddon said Aug. 1 is the day when it's time to start the second-half push.
Rafael Devers put his entire skillset on display while leading Pawtucket to a 7-4 win over Syracuse in his Triple-A debut on Saturday.
If the Cubs are going to have a chance to defend their World Series championship, they're going to need a lot more offensive nights like Friday.
During the All-Star break, Anthony Rizzo went on a boat trip to Bimini, Javier Baez enjoyed family and the beach in Puerto Rico, and Jake Arrieta returned home to Austin, Texas. Collectively, the Cubs hit the re-set button on the season.
When Joe Maddon met on Friday with his newest starter, Jose Quintana, the manager encouraged the left-hander to be himself and pointed out that the Cubs don't have many rules. Maddon also told Quintana this was a great opportunity to have an impact on the Cubs in the second half.
Now that the Cubs got a head start on the other Major League teams by trading for Jose Quintana on Thursday, are they finished making deals? The non-waiver Trade Deadline is July 31.
The Cubs got a jump on teams looking for starting pitching now and in the future by acquiring Jose Quintana from the crosstown White Sox for top prospects Eloy Jimenez and Dylan Cease plus two other Minor Leaguers.
Pick 'em: Cubs rotation or White Sox prospects
The Cubs and White Sox pulled off their first trade in more than a decade on Thursday, and it was a big one. All told, there've been 26 Cubs-White Sox trades in the teams' long histories. Here's a look back at some of the more notable deals.
The Cubs have maintained their sense of urgency after Game 7 against the Indians, and showed it in a big way by sending their best hitting prospect and their best pitching prospect to the White Sox for left-hander Jose Quintana.
The Cubs feel they have enough talent on the roster to catch the Brewers in the second half but added a new piece to the rotation on Thursday, acquiring lefty Jose Quintana from the White Sox.
The leadoff man is the focus of the latest Cubs Inbox.
Cubs toasted, Scully honored at ESPYs
The Cubs didn't need a T-shirt this season to tell them they'd have a target on their backs after winning their first World Series in 108 years.
Cubs closer Wade Davis spent the better part of the past two days answering questions about being the lone player at the 2017 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard from the defending World Series champs despite the fact that he was not even on last year's team.