We’re now closer than ever to a Red Line World Series. The ultimate showdown of Chicago’s bare-knuckled, shirts off, screaming at the sky fandom.
by: JR Radcliffe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 6 Jul
On the 10th anniversary of the Brewers' biggest-ever trade acquisition, look back at 13 things you may have forgotten about CC Sabathia in Milwaukee.
by: Paul Seifert — Fansided: Cubbies Crib 5 Jul
Oh, how the times have changed. In the midst of an exciting run of postseason appearances, much has changed in the last decade for the Chicago Cubs. This c...
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports: Big League Stew 4 Jul
Rays outfielder Carlos Gomez becomes the latest MLB star to unleash an epic dugout meltdown.
by: Bryan Mcwilliam — The Score 3 Jul
Carlos Zambrano hasn't pitched in the majors in six years, but apparently, he hasn't given up on an MLB return.The three-time All-Star, who starred for the Chicago Cubs during his prime, is interested in making a comeback, according to David Kaplan of...
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports: Big League Stew 2 Jul
Former Cubs star Carlos Zambrano wants to get back to the majors.
by: NBC Sports Chicago — Yahoo Sports 2 Jul
Big Z is on the comeback trail and hopes to pitch in the big leagues again. He hasn't pitched in the majors since 2012.
by: Tony Andracki — NBC Sports Chicago 1 Jul
The Cubs reached July 1 at the exact halfway mark in the season. Here's how the team's individual players rank after 81 games.
by: Evan Altman — Cubs Insider 1 Jul
Seems like only a week ago the murmur of voices questioning Chili Davis‘s aptitude for his role with the Cubs was rising to a legitimate rabble. And who knows, maybe the questions are still there. It’s just really hard to hear them these days over the...
by: Mike Banghart — Chicago Now: Cubs Den 30 Jun
News of the passing of Yosh Kawano happened while the Cubs were the on the road. Today marked the first time they were back to Wrigley Field since it had happened, and the Cubs bats put on a fireworks display for a guy that might only be a few notches...
by: Paul Sullivan — Chicago Tribune 28 Jun
Sammy Sosa remains in exile from the Cubs and continues to shoot himself in the foot with ill-timed comments.