4/20/2015 | Bryant scores on wild romp around bases
Cubs third baseman and MLB.com's No. 2 overall prospect Kris Bryant hit a two-run double and scored on the same play to open up a 4-1 lead over the Pirates on Monday night at PNC Park.
4/20/2015 | Fan OK after being struck by foul into net
A fan injured on a foul ball into the protective net behind home plate during the second inning of Monday night's 5-2 Cubs win over the Pirates was alert and gave a "thumbs up" to nearby fans as she was taken for medical care.
4/20/2015 | Cubs Charities Diamond Project launched for 2015
Monday marked the launch of the 2015 Cubs Charities Diamond Project, aimed at improving the quality, safety and accessibility of local baseball fields or indoor training facilities.
4/20/2015 | Sources: Cubs calling up prospect Russell
Major League sources told MLB.com that prospect Addison Russell will join the Cubs in Pittsburgh, and he is expected to start Tuesday night.
4/20/2015 | Star prospect Bryant stars in commercial
Kris Bryant wasn't quite sure what to do when the goat he was paired with for a commercial wanted to run around, and he also needed some guidance on how to milk a cow.
4/19/2015 | Lester gets out at first -- by throwing entire glove
Jon Lester called the play one of those "weird" occurrences in baseball. After he fielded a Clint Barmes grounder to the mound in the second inning, Lester tried to grab the baseball as he looked to second base for a potential double play. But the ball became stuck in the Cubs pitcher's glove. So, Lester heaved the entire glove -- with ball still inside -- at first baseman Anthony Rizzo to get the out. Rizzo dropped his own glove to catch Lester's.
4/19/2015 | Cubs' Arrieta, Bucs' Burnett out for more quality work
Cubs starter Jake Arrieta has allowed runs in just one of his 13 2/3 innings pitched this season. A.J. Burnett has pitched well for the Pirates, but is still looking for his first victory as the teams get set to open a four-game series Monday night at PNC Park.
4/19/2015 | Homers power Padres to series win over Cubs
Yangervis Solarte's two-run home run in the seventh inning gave the Padres some breathing room on Sunday in their 5-2 victory over the Cubs before a crowd of 29,113 at Wrigley Field.
4/19/2015 | Bryant celebrates first Majors hit, looks forward to other milestones
Kris Bryant rebounded from committing his first career error in the first inning and falling behind 0-2 in his first at-bat Saturday to draw three walks and hit two singles, including an RBI broken-bat single that tied the game in the fifth.
4/18/2015 | Montero clubs pair of homers to help lead Cubs
The Cubs have several young, talented players who garner significant attention. The veterans help keep them in line. At the not-so-old age of 31, catcher Miguel Montero is one of those older players who guides the youngsters.
4/18/2015 | Bryant's versatility presents Cubs with many options
Kris Bryant begins his career as a third baseman. He's likely to end it as an outfielder. But what is really fascinating to consider is this: Could he spend much of it as an almost one-of-a-kind weapon -- a cleanup hitter who is strong enough in the field to move with ease between third base and the corner-outfield spots, allowing manager Joe Maddon tremendous flexibility?
4/18/2015 | Bryant drives in run on first career hit
Kris Bryant got his first Major League hit and RBI, and the Cubs fans gave him a standing ovation.
4/18/2015 | Lester eyes first win, faces Cashner at Wrigley
Jon Lester seeks his first quality start of the season as the Cubs and Padres wrap up their three-game series on Sunday afternoon at Wrigley Field.
4/18/2015 | Castro, Olt impressed by Bryant's debut
Count Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro and third baseman Mike Olt among those impressed with Kris Bryant's Major League debut.
4/18/2015 | Olt may be in cast for up to four weeks
Cubs third baseman Mike Olt wore a blue cast on his right arm that extended from his hand over his elbow while he was in the clubhouse Saturday morning.
4/18/2015 | Starlin's single lifts Cubs past Padres in 11
Starlin Castro knocked in the game-winning run in the 11th inning with a bases-loaded single onSaturday as the Cubs edged the Padres, 7-6, before a crowd of 33,958 at Wrigley Field.
4/18/2015 | Bryant's former team believes in his success
Triple-A Iowa played its home opener Friday night and the hot topic was the one player who wasn't there.
4/17/2015 | Maddon's first Cubs ejection comes after key homer
Joe Maddon received his first ejection as the Cubs' manager in Friday afternoon's 5-4 loss to the Padres, which came following Wil Myers' go-ahead homer. The skipper wasn't happy with the call on the previous pitch that could have ended the inning.
4/17/2015 | For Bryant, momentous day bigger than results
Records will show that the Padres beat the Cubs, 5-4, with Kris Bryant having such an inauspicious debut that Padres manager Bud Black intentionally walked Anthony Rizzo to pitch to him with a seventh-inning lead on the line, but this was Bryant's day from the time he woke up in New Orleans until the minute he went to bed in Chicago.
4/17/2015 | Bryant's debut in line with superstars past, present
We waited 12 long and lonely days for Kris Bryant to make an offensive impact at the Major League level and, well, the wait continues. Though he made some nice plays in the field, Bryant took an 0-for-4 at the plate in his big league debut on Friday vs. the Padres, striking out three times and leaving five on base.
4/17/2015 | Bryant, family emotional before big league debut
Cubs top prospect Kris Bryant's mother, Susie, was "shocked" and his father, Mike, was "speechless and stunned" when they found out their son was promoted to the big leagues on Friday.
4/17/2015 | Bryant callup not 'scripted,' comes from position need
Mike Olt's unfortunate break prompted the Cubs to promote top prospect Kris Bryant sooner than they had planned. Olt was diagnosed with a hairline fracture in his right wrist, and Chicago found itself shorthanded at third base. Enter Bryant.
4/17/2015 | Bryant stars defensively in hitless MLB debut
Many were eagerly awaiting Kris Bryant's first at-bat on Friday, but the story of his Major League debut turned out to be in the field, and the Cubs' third baseman did not disappoint in Chicago's 5-4 loss to San Diego. Bryant, the game's No. 2 prospect as ranked by MLB.com, finished 0-for-4 with a trio of strikeouts, but before he even stepped to the plate, Bryant started a 5-4-3 double play in the top of the first.
4/17/2015 | Cubs shake up roster in addition to Bryant callup
Chicago placed reliever Neil Ramirez (right shoulder inflammation) and third baseman Mike Olt (hairline fracture in right wrist) on the 15-day disabled list, activated outfielder Chris Denorfia from the 15-day DL and purchased the contract of Kris Bryant.
4/17/2015 | Bryant looking to clean up out of No. 4 spot
In his much-anticipated big league debut Friday, Kris Bryant became just the 82nd player in history and the eighth in the past 30 years to bat cleanup on his first big league game.
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