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  • Weather postpones Cubs' opener vs. Bucs

    The Cubs took a half-game lead in the race for the National League's second Wild Card spot Monday night. But inclement weather and two lengthy delays halted their first attempt to gain some ground on the Pirates. More »

  • Bryant healthy, but rethinking slide technique

    Kris Bryant was back in the Cubs' lineup and ready to play before Monday night's rainout in Pittsburgh, but his early exit from Sunday's game may force him to reconsider one aspect of his game. More »

  • Cubs eye 6th straight win as Arrieta faces Bucs

    With Pittsburgh primed and positioned for postseason play, recent acquisition J.A. Happ is excited to be a part of the club as he makes his Pirates debut Tuesday against Jake Arrieta and the Cubs at PNC Park. More »

  • Central in the Cards, but Bucs, Cubs won't fold

    The Cardinals have a comfortable lead in the NL Central, but the Pirates and Cubs are talented clubs who could keep the pressure on deep into September. More »

  • Cubs designate Richard, recall Szczur

    The Cubs designated left-hander Clayton Richard for assignment on Monday -- for the second time in the last two weeks -- in order to balance out their thin bench. Outfielder Matt Szczur was called up from Triple-A Iowa to take Richard's spot on the active roster. More »

  • Russell tweaks mechanics, mental approach

    Cubs rookie second baseman Addison Russell smacked a solo home run Sunday in a 4-3 win over the Brewers, and now is batting .288 since the All-Star break. It wasn't just the time off that seems to have helped the 21-year-old, but some adjustments with hitting coach John Mallee. More »

  • Cubs hold off Brewers to complete sweep

    Addison Russell smacked a solo home run to back Clayton Richard, who helped himself by hitting an RBI double, leading the Cubs to a 4-3 victory Sunday over the Brewers to complete a four-game sweep. More »

  • Maddon ejected after losing challenge

    The Cubs not only lost a challenge Sunday but manager Joe Maddon, who was ejected in the third inning. More »

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