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  • Bryant brings unmatched value with versatility

    The Cubs' run to the National League Central crown began on April 4, with Kris Bryant at third base. It concluded with Chicago's first division title in eight years on September 15, with Bryant at third base. In between, Bryant played more than 300 innings in left field, nearly 100 more in right, 43 at first base, and he sprinkled in cameos at shortstop and center field. More »

  • 100 Grand! Slam seals century mark for Cubs

    The Cubs won their 100th game of the season Monday night the same way they checked off the first 99 -- with dominant starting pitching and an overpowering offensive attack. More »

  • Bryant blasts 2-run HR, passes 100 RBIs

    In Monday's 12-2 win over the Pirates, Kris Bryant reached the century mark, hitting his 39th home run, a two-run shot, to raise his season total to 101 RBIs with the Cubs. More »

  • Maddon impressed with Hendricks' confidence

    After the fourth inning, Cubs manager Joe Maddon walked over to Kyle Hendricks in the dugout at PNC Park. Hendricks thought the manager might be peeved because the pitcher didn't score on Kris Bryant's single that inning. Instead, Maddon wanted to know what Dartmouth's mascot was. More »

  • Cubs leaning toward 11 pitchers in postseason

    Among the discussions the Cubs have had regarding the postseason roster is whether to carry 11 or 12 pitchers. Manager Joe Maddon said they are leaning toward having 11 pitchers and 14 position players, which was the breakdown last year in the postseason. More »

  • Lackey makes final regular-season start vs. Bucs

    As the Cubs continue their "awkward" week heading toward the postseason, veteran John Lackey will make his final regular-season start on Tuesday, facing the Pirates and Ryan Vogelsong at PNC Park. More »

  • Ross, Lester key Cubs' 99th win

    David Ross and Jon Lester combined to lead the Cubs to a 3-1 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday night to set a franchise record in home wins at Wrigley Field at 57. It also was Chicago's 99th win overall, tops in the Major Leagues. St. Louis remained a half-game out of the NL Wild Card picture. More »

  • Cubs, fans give Ross an epic send-off

    Sunday was the Cubs' final home regular-season game, and Jon Lester wanted to make sure that his batterymate, who is retiring once they're done in the postseason, got a proper send-off. You couldn't script it any better. David Ross hit a solo homer, his 10th, to help the Cubs beat the Cardinals, 3-1, and notch their 99th win. And he was greeted by standing ovations before every at-bat. More »

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