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Wednesday, Jul 11, 2018

Report: Baez, Schwarber to Hit in Home Run Derby

Report: Baez, Schwarber to Hit in Home Run Derby

For the second time in the last four years, the Chicago Cubs will have not one but two stars participating in the Home Run Derby, according to a report.

Wednesday, Jul 11, 2018

Bryant Back in Cubs' Lineup After D.L. Stint

Bryant Back in Cubs' Lineup After D.L. Stint

Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant will return to the lineup on Wednesday as the team completes its series against the San Francisco Giants.

Sunday, Jul 8, 2018

Kris Bryant Set to Begin Rehab Assignment

Kris Bryant Set to Begin Rehab Assignment

Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant will begin a rehab assignment in Tennessee this week, the team announced on Sunday.

Friday, Jul 6, 2018

Epstein Gives Update on Bryant, Darvish Injuries

Epstein Gives Update on Bryant, Darvish Injuries

Theo Epstein says Yu Darvish is feeling better and he is optimistic the Japanese right-hander will make a "solid contribution" this season.

Friday, Jun 29, 2018

Cubs Provide Injury Updates on Edwards, Bryant

Cubs Provide Injury Updates on Edwards, Bryant

The Chicago Cubs are right in the thick of the National League Central race, but they’re also dealing with a slew of injuries as the All-Star break approaches.

Wednesday, Jun 27, 2018

Cubs' Bryant on DL for 1st Time With Sore Left Shoulder

Cubs' Bryant on DL for 1st Time With Sore Left Shoulder

The Chicago Cubs have placed Kris Bryant on the 10-day disabled list with left shoulder inflammation, marking the first time the fourth-year player has gone on the DL.

Sunday, Jun 24, 2018

Kris Bryant to Miss 2nd Straight Game

Kris Bryant to Miss 2nd Straight Game

Chicago Cubs infielder Kris Bryant will miss his second straight game on Sunday as he deals with left shoulder soreness.

Sunday, Jun 17, 2018

Cubs Ink Deals With Pair of Draft Picks

Cubs Ink Deals With Pair of Draft Picks

The Chicago Cubs are busily inking their draft picks to contracts, and on Sunday they announced deals with two of their highest selections.

Friday, Jun 8, 2018

Bryant Marks Career First Friday vs. Pirates

Bryant Marks Career First Friday vs. Pirates

After appearing in over 500 regular season games, Chicago Cubs infielder Kris Bryant will do something he's never done before.

Thursday, Jun 7, 2018

Rizzo Helps Lead Cubs Past Phillies

Rizzo Helps Lead Cubs Past Phillies

Anthony Rizzo hit a solo homer and added a second RBI with a sacrifice fly to lead the Chicago Cubs past the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 on Thursday.

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