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  • Aroldis arrives in Chicago with focus on wins

    Aroldis Chapman arrived on Tuesday, saying he's excited to join the Cubs and has learned from the mistakes he's made in the past, and he couldn't explain why he's throwing with more velocity this season. More »

  • Cubs go quietly in South Side finale

    James Shields produced his sixth straight quality start and received a little offensive support from the White Sox, for a change, during a 3-0 victory over the Cubs on Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. The White Sox swept the South Side portion of this crosstown battle, doing so in front of 39,593 for their fourth straight victory, moving back to .500 at 50-50. The Cubs, who are 12-20 in their last 32 games, fell to 59-40. More »

  • Hammel, Cubs hope comforts of home hold key vs. Sox

    The Cubs-White Sox Interleague series shifts to Wrigley Field on Wednesday, with Jason Hammel facing Anthony Ranaudo, who will be making his White Sox debut. The Sox won both games during the South Side portion of the crosstown battle. More »

  • Bryant at DH day after hard slide into second

    Kris Bryant was the Cubs' designated hitter on Tuesday, although he wasn't exactly sure what to do. "We don't DH a lot, so we don't have anybody to ask about it," Bryant said. "We'll see. Maybe I'll be good at it." The move gave Bryant a chance to get off his feet a little. He also had a slight headache from a collision at second base in the ninth inning Monday night after trying to stretch his hit from a single to a double. More »

  • Cubs embrace arrival of electric closer

    Hector Rondon may have been the happiest player in the visitors clubhouse at U.S. Cellular Field on Monday, and he had just lost his job as the Cubs' closer with the arrival of Aroldis Chapman. More »

  • After pitching deals, what's left (field) for Cubs?

    The Cubs may not be done after acquiring relief pitchers Aroldis Chapman, Joe Nathan and Mike Montgomery in recent days. They sure could use a left fielder, such as the A's Josh Reddick. More »

  • Cubs rally back but can't hold off White Sox

    The White Sox won Round 1 of the 2016 Crosstown Cup in walk-off fashion, 5-4, Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field. It was the third straight win overall for the South Siders, who lost a four-run lead but won it on Tyler Saladino's single to center to score J.B. Shuck, who singled to open the frame. It was also the White Sox third straight walk-off victory. More »

  • Arrieta, Montgomery lament missed location

    One pitch. That's all it took to spoil Jake Arrieta's outing Monday night against the White Sox. Mike Montgomery also was doomed by one pitch, in the ninth. More »

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