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Thursday, Nov 16, 2017

Cubs Player Evaluations: Jake Arrieta

Cubs Player Evaluations: Jake Arrieta

Jake Arrieta’s contract status loomed over the Chicago Cubs throughout the season, but he still had a solid year for the North Siders as he put up 14 wins and struck out 163 batters in the final year of...

Wednesday, Nov 15, 2017

Cubs Player Evaluations: Albert Almora

Cubs Player Evaluations: Albert Almora

The Chicago Cubs are going into this offseason needing to make some moves, but before the team can decide what direction it wants to head in 2018, we’re taking a look at the individual performances of their...

Friday, Nov 10, 2017

Kris Bryant's Honeymoon Is Off to a Rough Start

Kris Bryant's Honeymoon Is Off to a Rough Start

Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant had to move his honeymoon to accommodate the team’s season, but even as he embarks on the trip, he’s still running into issues.

Thursday, Nov 9, 2017

Cubs' Rival Looking to Land Powerful Slugger: Report

Cubs' Rival Looking to Land Powerful Slugger: Report

According to a new report, one of the Chicago Cubs’ biggest rivals could be in hot pursuit of one of the biggest stars in the game of baseball.

Thursday, Nov 9, 2017

Cubs Promote Brandon Hyde to Bench Coach

Cubs Promote Brandon Hyde to Bench Coach

The Chicago Cubs have made some massive changes to their coaching staff this season, but they’ll have at least a little bit of continuity as they made their decision on who will replace Dave Martinez as...

Thursday, Nov 9, 2017

Cubs' Anthony Rizzo Wins Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award

Cubs' Anthony Rizzo Wins Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award

It appears Anthony Rizzo isn't just an inspiration to his fans, but to his fellow players as well.

Wednesday, Nov 8, 2017

Heyward Joins Exclusive Cubs Club With Gold Glove Win

Heyward Joins Exclusive Cubs Club With Gold Glove Win

Chicago Cubs outfielder Jason Heyward may not have had the best year at the plate, but his defensive skills are still unmatched in the eyes of the baseball world.

Wednesday, Nov 8, 2017

Cubs Celebrate Longer Tweets With Pitch Perfect Post

Cubs Celebrate Longer Tweets With Pitch Perfect Post

The Twitter world was rocked by the rollout of 280-character tweets on Tuesday, and the Chicago Cubs celebrated in their own unique way.

Friday, Nov 3, 2017

Cubs Continue Tradition With Delicious Gift for Astros

Cubs Continue Tradition With Delicious Gift for Astros

The Chicago Cubs are no longer the defending World Series champions, but they still are behaving like a championship organization.

Thursday, Nov 2, 2017

Cubs Celebrate World Series Anniversary With Awesome Video

Cubs Celebrate World Series Anniversary With Awesome Video

It’s cold and drizzly outside, but on Thursday, Chicagoans celebrated an anniversary that made many of them feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

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300K People Joined Women's March in Chicago: Organizers
300K People Joined Women's March in Chicago: Organizers

Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Chicago Saturday for the second annual Women's March Chicago, organizers said.

What Won't Get Done During a Government Shutdown
What Won't Get Done During a Government Shutdown

Although Congress failed to pass a spending bill by midnight Friday, the government won't actually close. But there's plenty that won't get done now that hundreds of thousands of federal employees are barred...

Illinois Schools Test Approach That Lets Students Learn at Own Pace
Illinois Schools Test Approach That Lets Students Learn at Own Pace

High schools across Illinois are testing an approach that allows students to learn at their own pace, a concept introduced decades ago at the University of Chicago.

Democrats, GOP Try to Dodge Blame for Shuttered Government
Democrats, GOP Try to Dodge Blame for Shuttered Government

Hours after shuttering much of the federal government, feuding Democrats and Republicans in Congress spent Saturday dodging blame for a paralyzing standoff over immigration and showed few signs of progress...