The 32-year-old Craig Kimbrel is looking to bounce back from one of the worst stretches of his stellar career.
As baseball nears the two-week countdown to the start of its delayed season, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep more players, including Boston Red Sox projected opening day starter Eduardo Rodriguez, off the field.
Chicago's summer without baseball is coming to an end. Both the Cubs and White Sox held their first official workouts Friday in anticipation of a 60-game season scheduled to start later this month.
The Cubs were back on the field Friday, resuming workouts for the first time since Major League Baseball shut down camps in March.
Already concerned about the depth of their rotation, the Chicago Cubs will have to get by for at least a little while without one starter because of a freak injury.
Across the country, some bars are getting ready for a flood of baseball fans, since their locations might be the only way to see a game in person this season. In Chicago, the Cubs said that it hasn't been decided yet whether the rooftops along Waveland and Sheffield will be open.
The Chicago Cubs finalized minor league deals with three more draft picks on Thursday, including second-round selection Burl Carraway.
Major League Baseball issued a 60-game schedule Tuesday night that will start July 23 or 24 in empty ballparks as the sport tries to push ahead amid the coronavirus following months of acrimony.
The Chicago Cubs have signed first-round draft pick Ed Howard to a minor league contract that includes a $3,745,500 bonus.
Major League Baseball plans to unilaterally issue a 60-game schedule for its shortest season since 1878 after the players' association rejected a negotiated deal of the same length, putting the sport on track for a combative and possibly unhappy return to the field amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Chicago Cubs All-Star shortstop Addison Russell, who was suspended for violating MLB's domestic violence policy, is trying to rebuild his career abroad with a one-year, $530,000 contract with the Kiwoom Heroes of the Korean Baseball Organization.
Sammy Sosa said during the ESPN documentary “Long Gone Summer” he was at peace with not making the Baseball Hall of Fame despite finishing his career with more than 600 home runs.
Some players might have to play for free, and all of baseball could be bracing for a spring training lockout and shortened 2022 season after the coronavirus pandemic heightened the likelihood of the sport's first work stoppage since 1994-95.
Baseball players have told Major League Baseball that more talks are futile, and that owners should just order a return to work. That will likely lead to a legal battle.
The Chicago Cubs selected hometown shortstop Ed Howard in the first round of the Major League Baseball amateur draft on Wednesday night.
The Chicago Cubs are creating a diversity committee to help improve the organization’s standards and practices.
The Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates are trimming payroll while they await word on the fate of the Major League Baseball season.
Eldred “Salty” Saltwell, who worked in a variety of roles including general manager and vice president over 30 years with the Chicago Cubs, has died, the team said Tuesday. He was 96.
A woman who was struck in the face by a foul ball during a Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field two years ago has filed a lawsuit against the team and Major League Baseball.
When the coronavirus pandemic stopped spring training last month, Ian Happ offered Nico Hoerner, Zack Short and Dakota Mekkes a place to stay if they wanted to remain in Arizona.