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  • Cubs acquire Rodney in deal with Mariners

    The Cubs added another arm to the bullpen mix Thursday, acquiring right-hander Fernando Rodney from the Mariners for a player to be named or cash considerations. Rodney is expected to join the Cubs on Friday in Los Angeles. More »

  • Relay race: Cubs thwart inside-the-park HR

    Cubs manager Joe Maddon was able to find a bright spot after watching the Giants' Madison Bumgarner strike out 12 over six innings in Chicago's 9-1 loss on Thursday. In the Giants' seventh, the Cubs were able to thwart Nori Aoki, who got a little too adventurous on the bases. More »

  • Haren, Cubs drop rubber game vs. Giants

    Madison Bumgarner fanned 12 Cubs over six innings and Marlon Byrd drilled a three-run homer to propel San Francisco to a 9-1 victory over Chicago on Thursday afternoon at AT&T Park. More »

  • Hammel to face Kershaw as Cubs open set in LA

    Clayton Kershaw challenged his teammates after the Dodgers were swept by the Astros last Sunday, saying the team needed to play with a sense of urgency. On Friday, Kershaw will make his first start since then when the National League West leaders, coming off a sweep in Cincinnati, play host to starter Jason Hammel and the Cubs at Dodger Stadium. More »

  • Fowler day to day; Bryant makes 1st RF start

    Cubs outfielder Dexter Fowler said he may borrow catcher Miguel Montero's gear to protect himself in his next at-bat. In three games over three days, Fowler has taken a foul ball off his right hand, his left elbow and his right shin, and he did not start Thursday in the Cubs' 9-1 loss to the Giants. More »

  • Cubs have terrific tandem in Bryant, Russell

    Looking down the road, it's hard to imagine a more exciting and productive left-side infield tandem than what the Cubs have with Kris Bryant at third and Addison Russell at shortstop. Those of a certain age in Chicago might see shades of Ron Santo and Ernie Banks, basking in the North Side sun. More »

  • Cubs' kids given tough test by veteran Giants

    No matter how well the Cubs have played lately, they weren't going to go undefeated the rest of the season. And Wednesday's game showed how the rookies still have some growing up to do. More »

  • Cubs held in check vs. Peavy, win streak snapped

    Depleted in numbers but not in spirit, the San Francisco Giants reverted to their familiar combination for success, featuring plenty of pitching and just enough offense, to outlast the Chicago Cubs, 4-2, in a tense, taut Wednesday night encounter. More »

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