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  • Cubs acquire Minor League pitcher, send Ruggiano to M's

    The Cubs dealt outfielder Justin Ruggiano to the Mariners Wednesday for Minor League pitcher Matt Brazis, opening a spot on the 40-man roster. More »

  • Windy City revival: Cubs, White Sox revamped for '15

    Chicago baseball seems to have entered into an entirely new era. No pennants are won in December, but both Windy City clubs have made moves that can only be interpreted as major improvements. The Cubs have made the bigger splashes, but the White Sox have made wider improvements. More »

  • Pevey, Bailey back as Minor League managers

    Marty Pevey will return for his third season as Triple-A Iowa's manager, Buddy Bailey is back at Double-A Tennessee and Mark Johnson was promoted to Class A Myrtle Beach manager, the Cubs announced Wednesday. More »

  • Cubs announce Minor League coordinators for '15 season

    The Cubs announced their Minor League coordinators for 2015 and named former outfielder Darnell McDonald as the organization's mental skills program coordinator and Dave Keller as the Latin America coordinator. More »

  • Chicago hope: Cubs introduce Lester

    The Cubs formally introduced Jon Lester on Monday, and they can thank Ryan Dempster, Kerry Wood, Anthony Rizzo, Jason Hammel and Jeff Samardzija for helping sell the left-hander on coming to Chicago. More »

  • Cubs Convention to take place Jan. 16-18

    New manager Joe Maddon and pitcher Jon Lester will join Anthony Rizzo, Kerry Wood and Hall of Famers Billy Williams, Ernie Banks and Fergie Jenkins at the 30th Cubs Convention, Jan. 16-18, at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers. More »

  • Samardzija, Lester are right fits in Windy City

    New White Sox right-hander Jeff Samardzija will be stoked for the return to Wrigley Field in July, while lefty Jon Lester called his move to the Cubs "the right fit at the right time.'' The only way it can be better for Chicago fans is if it turns into an annual experience. More »

  • Championship drought? Lester up for the challenge

    Jon Lester, who was in the Red Sox's farm system when Boston claimed the 2004 World Series trophy and snapped a lengthy title drought, is excited for the opportunity to end an even longer streak with the Cubs. More »

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