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  • KC's Davis to Cubs all but done

    The Cubs are in discussion with Royals about closer Wade Davis, who would serve as the replacement for Aroldis Chapman. More »

  • Amid busy winter, Maddon plots course for '17

    Soon enough, Cubs manager Joe Maddon will put pen to paper to map out a course for the 2017 season. "You [win the World Series], and you relieve a burden. However, you want to do it again, you want to do it again the next year," he said. More »

  • Cubs looking to bolster back end of bullpen

    Will the Cubs have a new closer in 2017? "It's hard to say, general manager Jed Hoyer said Monday on the first day of the Winter Meetings. "I definitely think we'll bolster the bullpen." More »

  • Cubs' postseason shares announced

    It will be a happy holiday season for the Cubs players and staff. Major League Baseball announced on Tuesday that a full postseason share for the 2016 World Series-champion Cubs was worth $368,871.59. More »

  • Schwarber to skip winter ball, continue rehab

    Kyle Schwarber, who made a miraculous recovery from a severe knee injury suffered in the third game of the regular season to play in the World Series, will continue to rehab but not play in winter ball, Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer said Monday. More »

  • Baez commits to World Baseball Classic

    With the World Baseball Classic just a few months away, the rosters are beginning to take shape. More names surfaced Monday as the World Baseball Classic released an initial list of 30 players, spanning 16 countries, who are confirmed to be participating in this year's tournament. More »

  • Cubs announce ticket price increase for 2017

    Coming off their first World Series championship since 1908, the Cubs announced Monday they will increase ticket prices for 2017. More »

  • 'Play Ball' charity auction features Cubs items

    Want to meet Cubs broadcasters Len Kasper and Jim Deshaies plus attend a game? How about play catch in the outfield at Wrigley? More »

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