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  • Homer-happy Cubs down Phils behind Lester

    The young and the old showed off their home run swings as 24-year-old sluggers Jorge Soler and Kris Bryant each hit a solo shot and veteran David Ross belted a three-run blast to power the Cubs to a 6-2 victory over the Phillies on Friday at rainy Wrigley Field. More »

  • Ross reaches milestone with 100th homer

    The countdown is over. David Ross hit his 100th career home run on Friday. Cubs players have been counting each one of Ross' homers as he inched closer to No. 100 in his final season. The veteran catcher has announced he will retire at the end of the year, which is his 15th season in the big leagues. More »

  • Soler HR puts dent in Wrigley scoreboard

    The video scoreboard in left at Wrigley Field took a hit when the Cubs' Jorge Soler crushed a home run off it in the fourth inning on Friday. More »

  • Bryant dusts off first-base mitt as Rizzo rests

    The Cubs' Anthony Rizzo got a "mini All-Star break" while Kris Bryant got a chance to break in his first baseman's glove on Friday. More »

  • Hendricks, Eickhoff hope for support as Cubs host Phils

    Cubs right-hander Kyle Hendricks could use a little help when he starts against Jerad Eickhoff and the Phillies on Saturday at 1:20 p.m. CT at Wrigley Field. More »

  • Contreras among Cubs prospects opening eyes

    Andy Haines, in his first season with the Cubs' organization, joined the big league team in St. Louis, and he gave an update on some of the top Minor League prospects, including No. 2-ranked prospect Willson Contreras. More »

  • Bryant Kris-crosses all over the field

    Kris Bryant has been needed in the outfield more since Kyle Schwarber suffered a season-ending knee injury in the third game of the season. Bryant's versatility gives Maddon one more piece to play with along with super utilityman Ben Zobrist and young Javier Baez. More »

  • Cubs outslug Cards as Arrieta moves to 9-0

    The intrigue wasn't over, as many may have expected, when the Cubs handed their starter, Jake Arrieta, a five-run second-inning lead. But despite their ambitious comeback against a pitcher who hasn't lost in 10 months, the Cardinals fell short of flipping the results on Wednesday afternoon. Instead, Chicago escaped Busch Stadium with a 9-8 victory and second series win over its rivals this season. More »

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