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  • Russell, Rizzo are OK after collision

    First baseman Anthony Rizzo and second baseman Addison Russell survived a full-speed collision in the second inning of Saturday's 6-1 loss, and fortunately, there was no blood. More »

  • Cubs' bats quiet in loss to Brewers

    Mike Fiers struck out 12 batters over six innings, Ryan Braun smacked a two-run homer and Jean Segura had four hits, including a RBI triple, to lead the Brewers to a 6-1 victory over the Cubs on Saturday and even the series. More »

  • Arrieta struggles with rhythm in loss to Brewers

    Jake Arrieta gave up a season-high four runs on seven hits over five innings, snapping a stretch of 15 consecutive quality starts at Wrigley Field dating to Sept. 25, 2013. That was all the Brewers needed to post a 6-1 win on Saturday and even the series. More »

  • Hammel, Cubs try to take rubber match from Brewers

    Brewers starter Jimmy Nelson will aim for a bounce-back outing while Cubs starter Jason Hammel seeks more of the same when the teams conclude a three-game series on Sunday More »

  • Cubs' Soler to adjust 'mental mechanics' at leadoff

    For the first time this season, Jorge Soler was moved into the Cubs leadoff spot. It's part of manager Joe Maddon's effort to get the rookie outfielder to adjust the mental part of his game and try to get back on track. More »

  • First Majors homer shows Russell he belongs

    Cubs manager Joe Maddon gave Addison Russell Wednesday off so the 21-year-old infielder could catch his breath, sit back and watch the game. The message Maddon was trying to convey was that Russell belongs here. On Friday, Russell proved it. More »

  • Lester's first Cubs win a 'big day'

    David Ross could tell that Jon Lester had found his groove again on Friday. The left-hander's pitches were crisper, there was a little more velocity on his fastball and his curve was effective. More »

  • Russell's first homer enough for Lester's first win

    If you thought Addison Russell would homer before Kris Bryant, you were right. Russell, the Cubs' No. 2 prospect, connected on his first big league homer in the third to give Jon Lester all the support he needed in a 1-0 victory Friday over the Brewers. More »

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