The Chicago Cubs (11-9) have had an up-and-down start to the season, to say the least. After losing the opener of this four-game series on the road against the Washington Nationals (9-10), the Cubs once again bounced back and snagged a win. And again,
by: Brett Taylor — Bleacher Nation 17 Apr
The Cubs are using their space for some good. Also, *should* MLB actually consider playing without fans? Or should it wait?
by: Roch Kubatko — MASN 17 Apr
The classic coverage yesterday on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network included Game 1 of the 1997 American League Division Series between the Orioles and Mariners. A ...
by: Ryan Davis — Cubs Insider 17 Apr
Another day, and another blown lead for the Chicago Cubs (10-9). David Ross‘s club made the short trip from Baltimore to Washington, D.C. late Wednesday evening and looked ready to play on Thursday afternoon despite the travel. But a shaky start...
by: Jason Freund — East Village Times 16 Apr
In A.J. Preller's second major trade as General Manager of the San Diego Padres, he acquired Wil Myers from the Tampa Bay Rays. After the acquisition of Matt Kemp from the Los Angeles Dodgers, Padres' fans
Power Rankings Countdown: No. 9 Cubs still have potent lineup, but how good will Yu Darvish be in 2020?
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports: Big League Stew 16 Apr
The Cubs didn't make many moves this offseason, but that doesn't make them any less potent. Andy Behrens previews the team for fantasy.
by: Robbie Stratakos — Baseball Essential 13 Apr
The decade of the 2010s had a little bit of everything for the Washington Nationals. From rotting at the bottom of the National League East, to former number one overall drafts picks Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper making their big-league debuts,...
by: Scott Allen — Washington Post 13 Apr
The Nationals probably wouldn’t have won the World Series without Daniel Hudson but he wasn’t the team’s best trade acquisition in franchise history. Neither was Trea Turner.
by: Brett Taylor — Bleacher Nation 12 Apr
Happy Easter, even if it's fake baseball.
Chicago Cubs Score and Recap (Simulated Game 16): Cubs 3, Cardinals 2 – Hendricks Tops Flaherty in Pitchers’ Duel
by: Sean Holland — Cubs Insider 12 Apr
The Chicago Cubs (9-7) shook off Saturday’s tough loss thanks to a strong effort from Kyle Hendricks and just enough offense. The St. Louis Cardinals (4-12) went with ace Jack Flaherty, who pitched well save for one bad inning. Luckily, that rough...