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  • Castillo, Soler lead Cubs offense in win over Crew

    Jorge Soler hit two doubles, including one in his first at-bat, and scored on an RBI single by Welington Castillo, who added a two-run home run, to lift the Cubs to a 4-2 win over the Brewers, who fell to second place in the Central Division. More »

  • Cubs welcome Jackie Robinson West to Wrigley

    The Cubs celebrate Jackie Robinson Day in April with the rest of Major League Baseball, but Monday was Jackie Robinson West Day as the team saluted the Chicago-based U.S. champion Little League team. More »

  • Soler makes highly anticipated Wrigley debut

    Ever since Jorge Soler signed his contract with the Cubs in June 2012, he's been waiting to play at Wrigley Field. It finally happened Monday. The 22-year-old outfielder, promoted from Triple-A Iowa on Aug. 27, went 2-for-4 with two doubles on Monday in the Cubs' 4-2 win over the Brewers. More »

  • Bryant edges Gallo in Minor League home run race

    There is a new Minor League home run king. Cubs' No. 1 prospect Kris Bryant edged Rangers' No. 1 prospect Joey Gallo, 43-42, in the season-long home run derby they had been waging from afar, as the Minor League's regular season came to a close Monday. More »

  • Cubs recall Parker, plan to call up six others

    The Cubs recalled right-handed pitcher Blake Parker from Triple-A Iowa, and will add about six more players once the Minor League team's regular season ends on Monday. More »

  • Arrieta looks to extend Brewers' losing streak

    The Brewers hope Yovani Gallardo can help end their six-game losing streak and move the club back into first place against Cubs ace Jake Arrieta on Tuesday night at Wrigley Field. More »

  • Rizzo sits with back tightness, may undergo MRI

    Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo did not start for a sixth consecutive day because of lower back tightness and may undergo an MRI to determine the extent of the problem. More »

  • Cubs finish strong August with tough loss

    After the Cubs jumped out early with five runs in the second, Matt Holliday hit a solo homer, an RBI double and a two-run tie-breaking single in the eighth to lead the Cardinals to a 9-6 victory on Sunday at Busch Stadium. Travis Wood and reliever Carlos Villanueva stumbled, but the Cubs also made some costly defensive miscues. More »

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