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  • No drought: Cubs put curse, Kersh to rest

    Less than an hour after the Cubs had secured their first trip to the World Series since 1945, chairman Tom Ricketts, former pitcher Kerry Wood and Hall of Famer Billy Williams had a quiet moment in the clubhouse. They tapped their drinks together in a toast to a team that has a chance to do something that hasn't been done in more than 100 years. More »

  • Wait of the World: Cubs win NL pennant!

    The Cubs are headed to the World Series for the first time since 1945 after they defeated Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers, 5-0, in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series on Saturday night at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The Cubs won the best-of-seven series, four games to two, to wrap up the 11th NL pennant in franchise history. More »

  • Start times set for World Series

    Major League Baseball has announced the start times for the World Series, scheduled to begin Tuesday in Cleveland, where the Indians will face the Cubs. More »

  • Hendricks a rock star: G6 start legendary

    The text arrived early Saturday, just as it does on the morning before each of the son's starts. John Hendricks scripts it to be simple -- "You don't want to clutter him" -- and positive, hoping it's a reminder that dad is watching and rooting and so very proud. More »

  • Lester, Baez share MVP honors

    Together, Jon Lester and Javier Baez hoisted the MVP trophy, having been named as co-recipients for their performances in this National League Championship Series that the Cubs closed out with a 5-0 win over the Dodgers on Saturday. More »

  • Fly The WS! Rarefied air for Wrigley, fans

    Jimmy Orlandi passed away last summer, one year before the Cubs made history by claiming their first National League pennant since 1945 with a 5-0 victory over the Dodgers on Saturday night at Wrigley Field. TJ Orlandi, Jimmy's grandson, carried on the Cubs fandom as part of the excited throng of people making their way to Wrigley Field throughout Saturday's contest. More »

  • Next year is here! Screams like old times

    Dan Pellettieri was 9 years old in October 1945, when his older brother, John, took him to the World Series at Wrigley Field. More »

  • Rogers: Goat of confidence! Cubs like chances

    Next year? Did somebody say next year? That's so 2015 for the Cubs. Next year is now. More »

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