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Friday, Jan 19, 2018

Fall Out Boy to Headline Wrigley Field Concert

Fall Out Boy to Headline Wrigley Field Concert

A big-time Chicago-area band will be coming home this summer to play a massive show at the Friendly Confines.

Friday, Jan 19, 2018

Cubs Announce Spring Training Broadcast Schedule

Cubs Announce Spring Training Broadcast Schedule

Chicago Cubs fans hungry for baseball this spring will certainly get their wish, as the team announced their broadcast schedule for their Cactus League schedule.

Thursday, Jan 18, 2018

Maddon Gives Advice to New Bears Coach

Maddon Gives Advice to New Bears Coach

Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon has become known for his sometimes folksy sayings and New Age approach to managing, but he’s keeping things simple with his advice for a new coach in Chicago.

Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018

Brian Duensing Reportedly Returning to Cubs' Bullpen

Brian Duensing Reportedly Returning to Cubs' Bullpen

The Chicago Cubs reportedly added another piece to their bullpen on Wednesday, as they inked Brian Duensing to a two-year deal.

Saturday, Jan 13, 2018

Contreras Steals Show at Cubs Convention

Contreras Steals Show at Cubs Convention

The Chicago Cubs have plenty of star power at their convention this weekend, but it can be argued that catcher Willson Contreras has stolen the show.

Saturday, Jan 13, 2018

Ricketts Addresses Sosa's Status With Cubs Organization

Ricketts Addresses Sosa's Status With Cubs Organization

It’s been many years since Sammy Sosa has had any connection with the Chicago Cubs, but it doesn’t appear that he is any closer to being welcomed back by the organization.

Friday, Jan 12, 2018

Bryant Reportedly Reaches Deal With Cubs

Bryant Reportedly Reaches Deal With Cubs

It appeared that Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant and shortstop Addison Russell were going to head to arbitration, but a new report says that both players have agreed to new deals.

Friday, Jan 12, 2018

Bryant, Russell Reportedly Fail to Reach New Deals

Bryant, Russell Reportedly Fail to Reach New Deals

The Chicago Cubs were unable to come to agreements with restricted free agents Kris Bryant and Addison Russell this week, meaning that the duo will reportedly file for salary arbitration.

Friday, Jan 12, 2018

Cubs Reportedly Avoid Arbitration With Key Pitcher

Cubs Reportedly Avoid Arbitration With Key Pitcher

The Chicago Cubs are busy trying to lock up all of their arbitration-eligible players, and they reportedly inked a contract with one of their most important pitchers on Friday.

Friday, Jan 12, 2018

Cubs Avoid Arbitration With Wilson: Report

Cubs Avoid Arbitration With Wilson: Report

The Chicago Cubs will be facing some tough arbitration decisions this season, but they have settled with at least one player as reliever Justin Wilson has reportedly agreed to a new deal.

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Dense Fog Cancels Over 150 Flights in Chicago

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