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  • Baez among Cubs looking to rebound in 2016

    Which Cubs players are looking to bounce back in 2016? As the Cubs count down to Spring Training, MLB.com takes a look at some hot topics, including which players are on the rebound. After a 97-win season, it would seem that the Cubs didn't have anyone struggle last year, but here are a few players to watch in 2016: More »

  • Arrieta, Cubs reportedly reach one-year deal

    The Cubs and ace Jake Arrieta have agreed to a one-year contract for 2016 worth $10.7 million to avoid arbitration, according to the Associated Press. It's the richest one-year deal for a pitcher with four years of Major League service, per the AP. The club has not confirmed the deal. More »

  • Cubbie scare: Sharks swim by Kris Bryant

    Kris Bryant may have given manager Joe Maddon an idea for an inseason stunt -- and also given Cubs fans a scare by swimming with sharks in Hawaii. More »

  • Inbox: Will youngsters handle added heat?

    Do you have a question about the Cubs? Send it to CubsInbox@gmail.com, and please include your full name and hometown. More »

  • Cubs' Charity Run to go through Wrigley Field

    Need some motivation for your running program? The Cubs have updated the course for the 11th Annual Race to Wrigley Charity Run, to be held April 23. This year, the run, presented by ATI Physical Therapy, will allow participants to race through Wrigley Field. More »

  • Arrieta takes to Twitter to interact with fans

    Jake Arrieta took a break from his offseason workouts -- and took advantage of what he called a rare quiet moment at home -- to show off his beard and answer fans' questions on Twitter. More »

  • Improved changeup could accelerate Johnson's path

    Pierce Johnson could have been accused of stalking Jake Arrieta or Jon Lester last spring. The way the Cubs prospect saw it, he was simply taking advantage of the veteran pitchers in big league camp, and he'll likely be shadowing them again when they gather in Mesa, Ariz. More »

  • Lester's lasers: Hitting lessons from the Cubs lefty

    Jon Lester doesn't exactly have a stellar batting reputation, but Statcast numbers showed that in 2015 he actually hit the ball harder than nearly any other pitcher in baseball. More »

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