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  • One outing won't determine postseason rotation

    Hammel, who took the 10-4 loss on Saturday in an abbreviated start at Wrigley Field, may find himself as the odd man out when manager Joe Maddon sets the rotation for the National League Division Series. But the Cubs' manager said "the greater body of work" matters more than one poor start. More »

  • Rough start creates too deep a hole for Cubs

    Just when the Cardinals needed a win to keep pace in the National League Wild Card race, it was Alex Reyes' turn to pitch. Stephen Piscotty smacked a solo home run and Yadier Molina drove in four runs to back Reyes and power the Cardinals to a 10-4 victory on Saturday at Wrigley Field over the Cubs and slow their drive for 100 wins. More »

  • Maddon thrilled with possibility of 100-win season

    The Cubs secured home-field advantage through the National League Championship Series after the Pirates' walk-off victory over the Nationals on Friday night. That was one of manager Joe Maddon's goals for the season. The other is to reach 100 wins. More »

  • Cubs tap Lester to conclude Wrigley schedule

    Before preparations begin for the postseason, Wrigley Field will play host to one final regular-season game with Sunday's nationally televised matchup between the Cubs and Cardinals. It will be the division rivals' last scheduled meeting of the season, but perhaps also a prelude for what might come in October. More »

  • Cubs secure home field for NLDS, NLCS

    The Cubs have sat atop the National League standings for much of the season, and on Friday that status became official. More »

  • Arrieta spins gem; Cubs clinch NL's No. 1 seed

    Jake Arrieta struck out 10 over seven innings in the Cubs' 5-0 victory over the Cardinals on Friday afternoon at Wrigley Field, dealing another blow to St. Louis' Wild-Card hopes while Chicago locked up home-field advantage throughout the NL playoffs. More »

  • Paired with Montero, Arrieta finds his groove

    Before Friday afternoon's contest at Wrigley Field, Miguel Montero asked Jake Arrieta to "pick up the tempo." Arrieta executed, striking out 10 over seven scoreless innings in the Cubs' 5-0 victory over the Cardinals. More »

  • 'Grandpa Rossy' surprised with pregame tribute

    David Ross is the ringleader on the Cubs, and he prides himself on knowing everything that's going on, but the veteran catcher was totally surprised on Friday when teammates honored him pregame as part of a year-long retirement ceremony. More »

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