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  • Cubs walk off on Starlin's single in 11th

    Starlin Castro knocked in the game-winning run in the 11th inning with a bases-loaded single onSaturday as the Cubs edged the Padres, 7-6, before a crowd of 33,958 at Wrigley Field. More »

  • Bryant drives in run on first career hit

    Kris Bryant got his first Major League hit and RBI, and the Cubs fans gave him a standing ovation. More »

  • Montero clubs pair of homers to help lead Cubs

    The Cubs have several young, talented players who garner significant attention. The veterans help keep them in line. At the not-so-old age of 31, catcher Miguel Montero is one of those older players who guides the youngsters. More »

  • Castro, Olt impressed by Bryant's debut

    Count Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro and third baseman Mike Olt among those impressed with Kris Bryant's Major League debut. More »

  • Bryant's versatility presents Cubs with many options

    Kris Bryant begins his career as a third baseman. He's likely to end it as an outfielder. But what is really fascinating to consider is this: Could he spend much of it as an almost one-of-a-kind weapon -- a cleanup hitter who is strong enough in the field to move with ease between third base and the corner-outfield spots, allowing manager Joe Maddon tremendous flexibility? More »

  • Lester looks for first win in rubber game vs. Padres

    Jon Lester seeks his first quality start of the season as the Cubs and Padres wrap up their three-game series on Sunday afternoon at Wrigley Field. More »

  • Olt may be in cast for up to four weeks

    Cubs third baseman Mike Olt wore a blue cast on his right arm that extended from his hand over his elbow while he was in the clubhouse Saturday morning. More »

  • Bryant stars defensively in hitless MLB debut

    Many were eagerly awaiting Kris Bryant's first at-bat on Friday, but the story of his Major League debut turned out to be in the field, and the Cubs' third baseman did not disappoint in Chicago's 5-4 loss to San Diego. Bryant, the game's No. 2 prospect as ranked by MLB.com, finished 0-for-4 with a trio of strikeouts, but before he even stepped to the plate, Bryant started a 5-4-3 double play in the top of the first. More »

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