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  • Crews begin bleacher, infrastructure improvements

    If you walk by Wrigley Field, you'll notice a large gap in the left-field wall. And soon there will be one in right field as well. Crews are taking down the left- and right-field bleachers as part of the four-year, $575 million Wrigley Field renovation project. More »

  • Cubs prospect Vogelbach heating up in Arizona

    First baseman Dan Vogelbach, the Cubs' No. 10 prospect, collected two hits and his first RBI on Thursday night, sparking the Mesa Solar Sox to a second consecutive victory over Peoria in the Arizona Fall League. More »

  • Highly touted Russell makes appearance at second in AFL

    Cubs No. 2 prospect Addison Russell, primarily a shortstop in the Minors, started at second base this week with the Mesa Solar Sox of the Arizona Fall League. More »

  • Ceremony begins Wrigley restoration, expansion

    The Cubs hosted MLB Commissioner Bud Selig, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and 350 distinguished guests on Saturday for the official groundbreaking ceremony for the restoration and expansion to 100-year-old Wrigley Field. More »

  • Theo says Cubs' goal is to win division in '15

    During end-of-the-season reviews with players, Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein noticed there was a different tone. Nearly every player was excited about the 2015 season, and eager to get started. Maybe that's because the Cubs are at a transition point in their rebuilding process, Epstein said. Now, with the influx of talented young players, they're ready to compete. More »

  • Cubs' prospect Edwards solid in Fall League action

    After dropping each of their past two games, the Mesa Solar Sox are back in the win column following a 5-2 win over the Peoria Javelinas on Wednesday. More »

  • Chicago native Mallee realizes dream with Cubs

    Chicago native John Mallee, who spent the past two years as the Astros' hitting coach, has accepted the job as hitting coach for the Cubs so that he can be closer to his family during the season. More »

  • Here's the skinny: Edwards eager to learn, progress

    After rehabbing a right shoulder strain for nearly four months at the Cubs' complex in Mesa, prospect C.J. Edwards, 23, eventually rejoined Double-A Tennessee to finish the season, and he is trying to make up for lost innings in the Arizona Fall League. More »

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