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  • Rizzo leads Cubs' power barrage

    The Cubs hit four home runs, including a three-run shot by Anthony Rizzo, to run away with an 11-7 victory over the Brewers on Wednesday at Sloan Park in Mesa, Ariz. Tommy La Stella, Dexter Fowler and Jorge Soler also went deep. More »

  • Cubs' new additions can provide needed OBP boost

    There's a reason the Cubs added players like Dexter Fowler and Tommy La Stella, and why manager Joe Maddon is considering having the pitcher bat eighth to get an extra leadoff-type batter in the lineup. The Cubs have plenty of power. They just need guys to get on base ahead of them. More »

  • Maddon's hoagie to be featured at Wrigley Field

    Among the new food items at Wrigley Field this season will be a Joe Maddon approved Italian hoagie sandwich, which the Cubs manager not only approved but is willing to demonstrate how to make it. More »

  • Rosscup, Schlitter and Lake optioned to Triple-A

    The Cubs optioned left-handed pitcher Zac Rosscup, right-handed pitcher Brian Schlitter and outfielder Junior Lake to Triple-A Iowa to reduce the spring roster to 32, and manager Joe Maddon said he expects to finalize the list on Friday. More »

  • Hammel excited to see Wrigley renovations

    Right-hander Jason Hammel is ready to see the Wrigley Field renovations up close, and despite the ongoing construction, looks forward to the landmark's rebirth. More »

  • Lester ready for Opening Night

    Opening Night starter Jon Lester passed all the tests after Tuesday's Minor League game, even though the Cubs left-hander wasn't happy with his outing. More »

  • Jackson, Wood vying for final spot in rotation

    Edwin Jackson and Travis Wood will start exhibition games this week against the D-backs as they try to convince the Cubs that they should be in the starting rotation. More »

  • Cubs' bats come to life late in win over Rangers

    The Cubs rallied in the top of the ninth inning on Tuesday, scoring eight runs en route to a 15-10 win at Surprise Stadium, extending the Rangers' losing streak. More »

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