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  • Castro caps Cubs' comeback vs. Giants

    Chris Coghlan and Tommy La Stella each hit RBI doubles, and Starlin Castro delivered a tiebreaking RBI single in a three-run sixth to lift the Cubs to an 8-5 victory Monday over the Giants in front of a sellout crowd at Sloan Park. More »

  • After impressive spring, Bryant sent down by Cubs

    The Cubs reassigned top prospects Kris Bryant and Addison Russell to Minor League camp on Monday, and also optioned second baseman Javier Baez to Triple-A Iowa. More »

  • Offensive struggles prompt Baez's demotion

    If you only saw Javier Baez play defense at second base or run the bases, you'd be convinced he's ready for the big leagues. But Baez still has work to do at the plate, and the young Cubs infielder was optioned to Triple-A Iowa on Monday. More »

  • Soler's talent, temperament evoke memories of Vlad

    Jorge Soler has managed to fly under the Cubs' radar in spite of soaring skills calling to manager Joe Maddon's mind the great Vladimir Guerrero. More »

  • Cubs add Coke to Major League bullpen

    The Cubs on Monday selected the contract of left-handed pitcher Phil Coke, who had signed a Minor League contract with the team. By making the team, Coke will be paid $2.25 million. More »

  • Hendricks hopes prospects join him at Wrigley

    While Kris Bryant, Javier Baez and Addison Russell were packing up their lockers to move to the Minor League side of the Cubs complex Monday, Kyle Hendricks was prepping for his penultimate spring start. If Hendricks is on the Cubs' Opening Day roster, it will be the first time for the right-hander, who began last season at Triple-A Iowa. More »

  • Cubs' Bryant decision entirely defensible

    The Cubs' decision to send slugger Kris Bryant to the Minors to open the season has divided the baseball world, but the decision is totally justifiable, writes former Major League general manager Dan O'Dowd. More »

  • Russell told to keep it up in Minors

    When Joe Maddon met with Addison Russell to tell the shortstop he was being assigned to Minor League camp, the Cubs manager was nearly speechless. "I couldn't tell him what to work on," Maddon said. "He's that accomplished at that age. I told him, 'Just keep doing what you're doing.'" More »

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