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Anthony Rizzo: 'People have a voice and they are using it'
Anthony Rizzo praises the youth in Florida for speaking up on the issues that affected them most after the shootings in his hometown.
Javier Baez: 'I've been quiet, trying to stay focused'
Javier Baez discusses what he's been doing at spring training so far, and how he's 'staying in his lane' going into the first spring training games.
What's next for Javy Baez?
Javy Baez can do anything defensively, but will his offense catch up? Baez is focused on winning a Gold Glove, but Joe Maddon sees more growth coming at the plate.
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Countdown to Opening Day: Kerry Wood's No. 34
Kerry Woods' 12-season run with the Cubs was a stretch to remember.
Maddon on Lester: 'Could be pitching 1st game of the season'
Joe Maddon discusses how Jon Lester is looking heading into spring training games, and how he is adding a new voice to the team.
MLB.com releases Cubs' top prospects list
MLB.com released its Cubs' 2018 Top 30 Prospects list, a group full of potential future big league starting pitchers.
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Welcome to Mesa: Games near for Cubs in spring training
Check out the Cubs preparing for spring training games from their complex in Mesa.
Guessing the Cubs' 25-man roster is pretty easy
Even with an entire Cactus League schedule to play, the Cubs' 25-man roster seems to be locked into place, as even Joe Maddon will acknowledge.
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Cubs conditioning coach has some fun in the sun at camp
Cubs strength and conditioning coordinator Tim Buss has some fun in the sun at camp, wearing a fur coat during workouts.
Rizzo: 'We have a lot to prove'
Anthony Rizzo talks about being a team leader entering his seventh season with the Cubs, and how his club has a lot to prove in 2018.
Podcast: Sitting down with new Cubs coaches Chili Davis and Jim Hickey
On the latest Cubs Talk Podcast, two of the team’s new coaches Chili Davis and Jim Hickey sit down with Kelly Crull.
Cubs, Sox will adapt to new rules
Baseball's new pace-of-play initiatives aren't exactly getting rave reviews from players, but Chicago's teams will adapt.
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Almora: I've played more with Team USA than I have with Cubs
Almora: I've played more with Team USA than I have with Cubs
Chili Davis on why he joined Cubs, what he can do to help
Cubs hitting coach Chili Davis tells Kelly Crull about joining the team and what he plans to do.
Almora's strong connection to Team USA baseball
Albert Almora Jr. was drafted by the Cubs, but has been a part of Team USA longer.
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Contreras on mound visit rule: 'I don't really care'
Cubs catcher Willson Contreras does not approve of the MLB's new mound visit rule and is willing to pay the price for the team.
'If you have to go again and pay the price for my team, I will'
The Cubs catcher has some strong words for the MLB trying to switch up his game.
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Ricketts: 'We very much expect to win'
Cubs owner Tom Ricketts has high expectations for the team in the 2018 season, and he thinks the Cubs can win it all again.
Schwarber's first line to Chili Davis: 'I don't suck'
The first thing Kyle Schwarber told new Cubs hitting coach? "I don't suck." It's Chili Davis' job to help Schwarber and other Cubs hitters prove that message correct.
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Cubs hitting coach sees confidence in Schwarber
Cubs hitting coach Chili Davis talks about what went wrong for Kyle Schwarber last season and how he plans to turn it around in 2018.
SportsTalk Live Podcast: Andre Dawson talks about his Cubs reunion
On the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, the panel discusses Anthony Rizzo returning to the Cubs after an emotional weekend home while Tom Ricketts expects another World Series parade.
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Zobrist: I'm just trying to win championships at this point
Ben Zobrist talks about how he isn't looking for individual glory at 36 years old.
The days of the Lovable Losers are long over
The days of the Lovable Losers are long over, as evidenced by the World Series expectations at Cubs camp in Mesa.
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Ricketts: Rizzo responded like a person with true character
Cubs owner Tom Ricketts talks about Anthony Rizzo's recent trip home to Florida after the mass shooting at Rizzo's high school.
'The hardest thing I've ever had to do'
Anthony Rizzo said speaking at a vigil for Marjory Douglas Stoneman High School after last week's mass shooting was "the hardest thing I've ever had to do."
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Rizzo: HS speaking was 'hardest thing I've ever had to do'
Anthony Rizzo discusses how difficult it was to speak at his alma mater high school where 17 people were shot and killed last week.
Enter Jim Hickey
Jim Hickey is in as the Cubs' new pitching coach. And he's tasked with helping the Cubs accomplish their biggest offseason mission.
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Lester reacts to Contreras' Cubs Con moment
Jon Lester watches and reacts to Willson Contreras' comments at the Cubs Convention.
Jim Hickey goes 1-on-1 with Kelly Crull
Cubs new pitching coach Jim Hickey goes 1-on-1 with Kelly Crull ahead of his first season in Chicago.
Ben Zobrist knows reality of Cubs' crowded lineup
Has the 26-year-old Ben Zobrist been relegated to a part-time player? Only time will tell on that, but the guy willing to play any position is willing to do just about anything to win another ring.
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Russell: 'It was a tough season last year'
Addison Russell talks about his mentality entering 2018 after a 2017 season he wants to put behind him.
Addison Russell is so over 2017
After dealing with injuries and an off-the-field incident last season and then hearing his name in trade speculation this offseason, Addison Russell is ready to forget about 2017.
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Podcast: Discussing 5-man unit and where Montgomery fits into Cubs' plans
On the latest Cubs Talk Podcast, Kelly Crull and Vinnie Duber talk about the team's new-look rotation, where Mike Montgomery fits into the mix, and more.
Lester: 'Now I get to learn from these young guys'
Jon Lester talks about the upcoming season for the Cubs.
Schwarber on transformation: 'It's something I wanted to do'
Kyle Schwarber talks about his physical transformation.
Lester sounds alarm on lack of free-agent spending
Cubs pitcher Jon Lester talked about the large number of players without jobs, calling the situation "alarming."
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Will Schwarber's transformation transform his stats?
Kyle Schwarber's offseason of hard work has yielded a new look. But will it yield improvements at the plate and in the outfield?
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Heyward's personal goal: 'I'd like to play more games'
Jason Heyward's big-picture goals remain the same, but his personal goal is to be an invaluable member to the Cubs on the field.
Competition in the Cubs' bullpen?
The Cubs announced a deal with reliever Shae Simmons on Friday. Simmons could potentially create some competition for the final spot in the bullpen.
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Jake Arrieta still without a team
Jake Arrieta is still without a job, and a former teammate talked about this strange offseason and the effect it's had on the Cubs' former ace.
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20th Annual Worldwide Toast to Harry Caray
Ryne Sandberg leads the seventh inning stretch at the 20th Annual Worldwide Toast to Harry Caray.
Quintana on expectations: 'I want to come back in October'
Jose Quintana has high expectations for the upcoming season.
Rizzo speaks at candlelight vigil in Parkland, Florida
Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo spoke at the candlelight vigil in Parkland, Florida on Thursday.
Joe Maddon shares thoughts on tragic school shooting
Joe Maddon discusses Wednesday's tragic school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, Anthony Rizzo's alma mater.
Kris Bryant discusses Wednesday's tragic school shooting
Kris Bryant shares his thoughts on Wednesday's tragedy at Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
'If you ain't first, you're last'
Albert Almora and the Cubs are taking a Ricky Bobby approach to 2018: If they don't win another World Series, it won't be a successful year. 
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Another Cubs superstar deals with aftermath of hometown mass shooting
Kris Bryant and Joe Maddon both discussed Anthony Rizzo's decision to leave spring training for Florida in the wake of Wednesday's mass shooting at his former high school.
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Rizzo leaves Cubs camp after Florida shooting
Anthony Rizzo departed Cubs camp to be with his community in the wake of the mass shooting Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
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Meet the Cubs' new closer
Brandon Morrow hasn't closed in a decade. But the Cubs' new ninth-inning man pitched in every game of last year's World Series. High leverage enough for you?
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'We really haven't seen the best Yu Darvish yet'
A day after the Cubs introduced their new $126 million man, Yu Darvish's new teammates — including some old ones — raved about the new addition to the top of the starting rotation.
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Podcast: Kelly Crull, Jesse Rogers talk Cubs' second day of camp
Day 2 is in the books, and Cubs players continue to react to the team's pickup of Yu Darvish. 
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New Cubs, old teammates excited for future
Catcher Chris Gimenez is excited to be reunited with former Rangers teammate Yu Darvish and to see him grow this season.
Maddon's mantra for this season's Cubs
Joe Maddon's Cubs will spend this season "putting the art back into the game" — a concept he's been waiting to use for years until it fit for the right team.
Who is Darvish most looking forward to playing with?
Yu Darvish said he's most looking forward to playing with outfielder Kyle Schwarber — this NLCS bomb might be why.
Podcast: Discussing the arrival and introduction of Darvish at Cubs Camp
Kelly Crull, Jesse Rogers and David Kaplan give their instant reaction to Yu Darvish's six-year contract with the Cubs.
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What does Darvish signing mean for Cubs and Harper?
Yu Darvish is making an awful lot of money in his new deal with the Cubs. So what does that mean for next offseason, when Bryce Harper will be on the free-agent market?
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Podcast: Should Cubs fans be worried about Darvish's World Series struggles?
The SportsTalk Live panel weighs in on whether or not Cubs fans should be worried about Yu Darvish's struggles in the World Series.
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Yu Darvish solves Cubs' starting-pitching questions
The addition of Yu Darvish to the Cubs' starting rotation sweeps away big-time questions about a staff that had some big holes to fill this offseason.
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Cubs not bothered by Darvish's World Series struggles
Yu Darvish was not good in his two World Series starts last season. But the Cubs weren't bothered by just two bad outings and landed 
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With Darvish on board, are Cubs the new Yankees?
The Cubs' latest big-money free-agent addition and perennial World Series expectations have shown they just might be the new Yankees — and that they're capable of having that kind of success.
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Kap's Cub-parisons: 2017 vs. 2018 roster
David Kaplan compares the Cubs' 2018 roster to their 2017 roster after Yu Darvish signs a six-year deal.
Cubs introduce Yu Darvish as pitchers, catchers report
Theo Epstein introduces starting pitcher Yu Darvish as pitchers and catchers report to spring training.
Watch: Darvish's first presser with Cubs
Welcome home Yu! The sought-after righty signed with the North Side through 2023 sat down for his first official press conference with the team.
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And the moment we have all been waiting for...
No more waiting for the North Side. Newly-acquired Cub Yu Darvish makes his first appearance with the team in Mesa, Arizona.
Countdown to opening day: 44
There were plenty of Anthony Rizzo impersonators at Cubs Convention.
Cubs Talk Podcast: Jim Deshaies breaks down the Cubs winning the Yu Darvish sweepstakes
Jim Deshaies breaks down the big Yu Darvish signing for the Cubs and previous spring training storylines.
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SportsTalk Live Podcast: Cubs add Yu Darvish
David Haugh, Teddy Greenstein and Mark Podash join David Kaplan on Monday's SportsTalk Live Podcast.
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Key storylines for the Cubs as pitchers and catchers report
Kelly Crull reports from Arizona and has some storylines to watch for during Cubs spring training.
David Kaplan ranks top three rotations, lineups in baseball
After the Yu Darvish signing David Kaplan ranks the top three rotations and the top three batting lineups in baseball.
From Left Field: Who will be the Cubs 2018 MVP?
Cubs players ask who will be the team's MVP in 2018.
Sammy Sosa as a cowboy? Sure, why not
This has been your latest Sammy Sosa social media update. 
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Cubs sitting shotgun on road to WS
The Cubs deciding to pursue Yu Darvish over Jake Arrieta has them in prime position to return to the Fall Classic and perhaps bring the trophy back to the Friendly Confines.
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Cubs players describe Wrigley Field in one word
Cubs players described Wrigley Field in one word and didn't hold back.
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From Left Field: What’s one word to describe Wrigley Field?
Cubs players pick one word to describe Wrigley Field.
Darvish signing could start tsunami for baseball free agents
David Kaplan explains why Yu Darvish signing with the Cubs could start a wave of free agents signing with teams.
Kaplan: Darvish gives Cubs one of five best rotations in MLB
David Kaplan talks about the significance of Yu Darvish reportedly signing with the Cubs.
The best rotation in baseball?
With Yu Darvish set to join an already solid pitching staff, one has to ask if the Cubs now have the best rotation in all of baseball?
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By the numbers: Yu Darvish
The Cubs made a major move on Saturday afternoon, agreeing to a reported six-year deal with starting pitcher Yu Darvish. Here are some stats that show he's worth the money.
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The Cubs reportedly agree to 6-year deal with Yu Darvish
The Cubs reportedly agree to 6-year deal with Yu Darvish, pitting the biggest starting pitcher free agent in Chicago on the North Side.
Cubs make huge splash with Yu Darvish
The Cubs have reportedly agreed to a six-year, $126 million deal with starting pitcher Yu Darvish. Ken Rosenthal reports the deal could be worth up to $150 million with incentives.
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From Left Field: Who will win the NL Central
Who will win the NL Central. We asked the Cubs and, well, you can guess what they unanimously answered. No, not the Brewers.
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From Left Field: Who will win the NL Central?
Who will win the NL Central this season? Some members of the Cubs give their answer.
From Left Field: Who's your favorite teammate?
We asked the Cubs who their favorite teammate was. Here's what they said in the latest edition of From Left Field.
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From Left Field: Who was your favorite teammate?
We asked the Cubs during Cubs Convention 2018 who their favorite all-time teammate was. Here's how they responded.
Celebrating Joe Maddon's birthday with his best moments
Joe Maddon turned 64 years old Thursday. Here are some of his best moments as an MLB manager.
Celebrating Joe Maddon's birthday with his best moments
Joe Maddon turned 64 years old Thursday. Here are some of his best moments as an MLB manager.
From Left Field: Best and worst dancer on the Cubs
Who is the best and worst dancer on the Cubs?
That one time Rizzo twerked it on Beer Money
Throwback Thursday to the time Anthony Rizzo twerked it on Beer Money.
From Left Field: Who has the most style on the team?
The Cubs are a stylish bunch, but who takes the crown as the most stylish on the team? We asked the players themselves to find out.
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From Left Field: Who is the best dressed Cub?
Cubs players give their answer for who is best dressed on the team.
The Brewers trolled themselves
The Brewers have scheduled an Ed Sheeran concert in Miller Park on the same night the World Series is set to begin. Welp, guess those expectations have been set pretty low.
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Why is the MLB hot stove so cold?
Kelly Crull and David Kaplan weigh in on Brandon Moss' comments and why the MLB hot stove is so cold.
From Left Field: Hot dogs are not sandwiches
Is a hot dog a sandwich? Here's what the Cubs had to say.
From Left Field: Is a hot dog a sandwich?
The Cubs have some pretty strong opinions on one of the hottest debates on the internet: Is a hot dog a sandwich?
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Which Cubs pitcher would you least like to face?
Cubs players talk about which pitcher on the team they least want to face.
From Left Field: Which Cubs player has the most swag?
Cubs players give their answers for which teammate has the most swag.
Which baseball player did you idolize growing up?
NBC Sports Chicago's Cubs team talked about the baseball players that helped them fall in love with the sports.
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From Left Field: Who is the player you idolized growing up?
Cubs players answer which player they idolized growing up.
Five of the best Cubs baseball cards ever
To celebrate Topps releasing its 2018 Series 1 product on Wednesday, Chris Kamka shares five of his favorite Cubs baseball cards.
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The year of Underwood?
The Cubs have been waiting for a Duane Underwood breakout for six seasons, but is 2018 the year he finally puts it all together?
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Miggy has a new home
The Nationals signed former Cubs' catcher Miguel Montero to a minor league deal, bringing him to the team that he famously last played against for the Cubs.
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Cubs add more outfield depth
The Cubs are reportedly adding another piece to an already-crowded outfield.
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Revisiting the 2013 MLB Draft
The Cubs have made a lot of great moves to get to the point they are right now with sustained success, but they also got quite lucky along the way.
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How Zobrist went from World Series MVP to a teacher
How Ben Zobrist went from a World Series MVP to a teacher.
Zobrist adjusting to new normal
It's a brand new world for Ben Zobrist with the Cubs. How will he take to his ever-changing role in 2018?
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Reinforcements coming in arms race
The Cubs' farm system has yet to produce any homegrown pitchers to help out at the big-league level, but the organization believes those waves are coming.
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Podcast: Ranking the greatest Cubs of all-time
Who are the Top 5 Cubs of your lifetime? Where do guys like Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant fit in? And what will that list look 20 years from now, in 2038?
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The Pitcher That Was Promised
The Cubs are still searching for their first impact pitcher to be produced from the farm system under Theo Epstein's front office. Can Adbert Alzolay change that narrative forever?
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Happy Birthday Mr. Cub
On what would be his 87th birthday, let's pay tribute to Mr. Cub Ernie Banks.
#BattleKap: David Kaplan vs. DOM Frederic
The Cubs' Director of Morale Frederic stops by NBC Sports Chicago to debate David Kaplan on hot topics like Jason Heyward's playing time, the free-agent pitching market and the biggest issues for 2018.
David Kaplan vs. DOM Frederic
The Cubs' Director of Morale (Frederic) joins the CubsTalk Podcast and goes toe-to-toe with David Kaplan on hot topics like Jason Heyward's value, Kyle Schwarber's weight and which pitcher is best for the Cu
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The next chapter
The Cubs think Dillon Maples could be a gamechanger out of their bullpen and the 25-year-old is ready for the next chapter of his book.
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Best of Danny Parkins unleashed at Cubs Con
Watch the best of Danny Parkins unleashed at Cubs Convention.
Schwarber 'putting everything on the line' to bounce back
Kyle Schwarber has spent his offseason transforming his body in an effort to be the best player he can be in 2018 and bounce back from a trying 2017 season.
On this day in 1982, Ryne Sandberg gets traded to Cubs
On this day in 1982, Ryne Sandberg gets traded to the Cubs.
Podcast: Who will be next player to go to Hall of Fame with a Cubs hat on?
With the Hall of Fame taking the baseball world by storm, David Kaplan, Kelly Crull and Tony Andracki discuss who might be the next Cubs player to enter the game's most prestigious club.
Brewers aren't a major concern...yet
The Brewers stirred some excitement in the MLB Thursday with a pair of big moves, but Cubs fans shouldn't be quaking in their boots just yet.
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Phil Rogers analyzes the Brewers' outfield acquisitions
Phil Rogers joins SportsTalk Live to discuss the Brewers' moves and whether it makes them the favorites in the NL Central.
The Brewers' big day continues
After just aquiring outfielder Christian Yelich from the Marlins, the Brewers reportedly have signed free agent outfielder Lorenzo Cain.
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Cubs Talk Podcast: Do they need to make another move before spring training?
Do the Cubs need to make a splash before spring training or is the current roster ready to compete? We discuss it all in the latest Cubs Talk Podcast.
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Christian Yelich traded to the Brewers
David Kaplan breaks down the Brewers' trade of Christian Yelich and what it means for the NL Central.
Brewers deal for Christian Yelich
The Brewers made a splash on Thursday, dealing for Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich in exchange for four prospects.
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Hawk is already talking crosstown smack
Hawk Harrelson is excited about the White Sox rebuild, unsurprisingly, and he's looking forward to the day when there are contending teams on both sides of Chicago.
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Cubs invite 19 non-roster players to Spring Training
The Cubs invited 19 non-roster players to Spring Training, including their top draft pick from 2016
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Exclusive Cubs interviews
With spring training just a few weeks away, take an exclusive look ahead to the Cubs' 2018 season with the likes of Kyle Schwarber, Joe Maddon, Javy Baez, Albert Almora Jr. and more.
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Cubs betting on Justin Wilson rebound
The Cubs are betting on a big turnaround from Justin Wilson in their 2018 bullpen after his first two months with the team left a lot to be desired.
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1-on-1 with Cubs outfielder Jason Heyward
We go 1-on-1 with Cubs outfielder Jason Heyward to discuss what he expects from himself in 2018.
Mixed news on Hall of Fame ballot
A trio of former Cubs — Sammy Sosa, Carlos Zambrano and Kerry Wood — received mixed news on the 2018 Hall of Fame ballot Wednesday.
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Fixing the 'diseased' bullpen
The Cubs saw an alarming trend from their bullpen in 2017 and they have spent all winter trying to rectify the situation.
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Javy Baez's heir of swag is coming
The Chicago Cubs infielder has some exciting news. 
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Relive Jose Quintana's stellar first start with Cubs
As Jose Quintana celebrates his first birthday in a Cubs uniform. check out his first start in Cubbie blue, where he was dominant in shutting down the Baltimore Orioles.
Guys Cubs, White Sox traded away rank as top two shortstop prospects in baseball
Gleyber Torres, traded by the Cubs, and Fernando Tatis Jr., traded by the White Sox, were ranked as the Nos. 1 and 2 shortstop prospects in baseball by MLB Pipeline.
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1-on-1 with Cubs infielder Addison Russell
1-on-1 with Cubs infielder Addison Russell
SportsTalk Live Podcast: Darvish, Thome, Sosa and more
We're talking everything baseball on this edition of the SportsTalk Live Podcast.
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The Brewers apparently mean business
When it comes to catching the Cubs in the NL Central, the Brewers apparently mean business, reported to have a trade offer for Christian Yelich a day after reportedly offering Yu Darvish a contract.
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Courting Yu: Does Gimenez signing give Cubs a leg up?
Does the Cubs' signing of catcher Chris Gimenez give them a leg up in negotiations with free-agent pitcher Yu Darvish?
Ian Happ hoping for more of the same in 2018
It's been a different offseason for Ian Happ, no longer fighting for a spot on the Cubs' roster. But the second-year outfielder is hoping for a similar type of success in 2018.
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Questions from the Crowd: Jason Heyward
Cubs fan Frankie had a question for Jason Heyward and he got a personalized response! Tune in to In The Loop at 10 p.m. tonight for our sit-down interview with the Cubs right fielder.
Cubs reportedly in 'active talks' with Darvish
The Cubs are reportedly in "active talks" with free-agent pitcher Yu Darvish, news that came out hours after it was reported the division-rival Brewers made their own contract offer to Darvish.
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1-on-1 with Cubs infielder Ben Zobrist
Hear from Ben Zobrist on what it was like to be the World Series MVP for the world champion Cubs.
Reliving the magic of Nacho Man
On Addison Russell's 24th birthday, Kelly Crull revisits one of the young shortstop's most magical moments — a run-in with Nacho Man in St. Louis.
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Addison Russell recalls the famous Nacho Man incident
Addison Russell goes back in time and remembers the time that for a brief moment Cubs fans and Cardinals fans were brought together.
A leg up in the Darvish sweepstakes?
The Cubs just signed a veteran journeyman catcher that could give them a unique advantage in the Yu Darvish sweepstakes.
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Brewers emerging in SP race
The Brewers have been one of baseball's quietest teams this offseason, but they are surely one of the top teams in the mix for the best starting pitchers on the market.
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1-on-1 with Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber
Kyle Schwarber goes 1-on-1 with NBC Sports Chicago at the Cubs Convention.
Questions from the Crowd: Ben Zobrist
Cubs fan Karen had a question for Ben Zobrist and she got a personalized response!
Len Kasper's greatest Cubs calls
In honor of Les Kasper's birthday, we take a look at his greatest calls with the Cubs.
Can Schwarber emerge as Cubs' best hitter?
There are no shortage of people who love Kyle Schwarber within the Cubs organization, but there are plenty of Schwarber fanboys with other teams, too.
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Questions from the Crowd: Kyle Schwarber
Young Cubs fan Frankie had a question for Kyle Schwarber and he got a personalized response!
Cubs can breathe a sigh of relief with Grichuk's departure
Now that the Cardinals have traded away noted Cubs Killer Randal Grichuk, Chicago's North Side can breathe a little easier.
The low-key move that may pay dividends for Cubs
Baseball's offseason may still be in hibernation mode, but a low-key move from Friday could pay off for Cubs in a big way in 2018.
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1-on-1 with Cubs shortstop Addison Russell
Addison Russell goes 1-on-1 with NBC Sports Chicago at the Cubs Convention.
Heyward's incredibly bold prediction
Without hesitation, Jason Heyward confidently predicts who the Cubs' MVP will be in 2018.
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Jason Heyward predicts Cubs' 2018 MVP
Without hesitation, Jason Heyward predicts who will be the team's MVP in 2018.
Questions from the Crowd: Addison Russell
Young Cubs fan Kevin had a question for Addison Russell and he got a personalized response!
1-on-1 with Cubs outfielder Albert Almora Jr.
Albert Almora Jr. goes 1-on-1 with NBC Sports Chicago at the Cubs Convention.
Russell has a new plan of attack
As he enters a pivotal 2018 season, Addison Russell has a new plan of attack with an eye on keeping his arm and foot healthy throughout the season and cut down on nagging injuries.
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Cubs announce minor league staffs
The Cubs announced their minor league managers, coordinators and staff for the 2018 season on Thursday.
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Albert Almora Jr. is hungry for more
Albert Almora Jr. can't wait for the 2018 season to start so he can get out on the field and show everybody what he can do.
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Almora answers questions from fans at Cubs Con 2018
Albert Almora Jr. answers questions from fans at the Cubs Convention.
1-on-1 with Cubs infielder Javier Baez
Javier Baez goes 1-on-1 with NBC Sports Chicago at the Cubs Convention.
Joe Maddon's advice to Matt Nagy
Joe Maddon knows what it's like coming to a city with high expectations. So here's his advice to new Bears head coach Matt Nagy.
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Joe Maddon's advice to Matt Nagy
Cubs skipper Joe Maddon offers advice to new Bears head coach Matt Nagy.
Podcast: Will players tune out Maddon?
With a brand new coaching staff in tow, will the Cubs players find Joe Maddon's tactics stale? Plus, the group reacts to the Contreras-Molina drama.
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Who should lead off for Cubs?
With spring training just around the corner, let's turn our attention to the Cubs lineup: Who should be the first name Joe Maddon writes in for 2018?
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Yadier Molina claps back at Willson Contreras
Yadier Molina fired back at Willson Contreras Wednesday as the young Cubs catcher believes he's going to be the best catcher in baseball soon.
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Wayback Wednesday: Brian Duensing is Cubs' top dancer
Brian Duensing is back with the Cubs, and the team voted him the best dancer in the bullpen.
Where does Duensing fit in Cubs' bullpen?
The Cubs brought Brian Duensing back to the North Side at a discount, but where does he fit in the team's new-look relief corps?
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Brian Duensing returning to Cubs
The Cubs have agreed to a two-year deal with left-handed reliever Brian Duensing, returning the lefty to the North Side bullpen after a strong 2017 season.
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A one-on-one interview with new Cubs pitcher Tyler Chatwood
Tyler Chatwood talked with Kelly Crull for a one-on-one interview with the new Cubs starting pitcher.
Javy Baez, the Cubs' versatile King of Swag
Javy Baez can do it all, and he impresses his teammates and fans wherever he does it. The Cubs' King of Swag has a big 2018 in store, whether it's at second base or shortstop.
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Questions from the Crowd: Javy Baez
Young Cubs fan Brian had a question for Javy Baez and he got a personalized response!
Cubs Talk Podcast: Players primed for a 2018 breakout
Which Cubs players are primed for a breakout 2018 season? That and more on the latest edition of the Cubs Talk Podcast.
Why Hendricks is pumped Chatwood is a Cub
While everyone wants to know when the Cubs are going to add another starting pitcher, Kyle Hendricks is happy to talk about the one they've already signed this offseason.
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Maddon reflects on 2017, looks ahead to 2018 in one-on-one
Joe Maddon looked back on some memorable moments from 2017 and how the team can be better prepared for 2018.
Humorous things we learned at Cubs Convention
Kelly Crull took in the sights and sounds of Cubs Convention and has a few humorous things we learned about the Cubs.
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Questions from the Crowd: Tyler Chatwood
New Cub Tyler Chatwood answers a fan's question about his new role in the Cubs' starting rotation.
Questions from the Crowd: Joe Maddon
Young Cubs fan Nolan had the opportunity to ask manager Joe Maddon a question at the 2018 Cubs Convention. Joe gave a personalized response.
Why I love baseball: Cubs explain their love for the game
Cubs members explain why they love the game of baseball.
Waiting for Harper is affecting baseball's offseason
Is saving for next winter's insane free-agent class what's holding things up this offseason? And are the Cubs among the teams playing that waiting game?
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Overheard at Cubs Convention
Check out some of the best sights and sounds from the Cubs Convention, including behind-the-scenes info and some of the funniest moments of the weekend.
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Why I love baseball: Cubs players explain their love for the game
Hear from Joe Maddon, Kyle Schwarber, and many other Cubs players as they share why they love the game of baseball.
Best moments from Kids Only Press Conference at Cubs Con
Taking a look at the best moments from the Kids Only Press Conference at the Cubs Convention, including Bryzzo helping a young fan pick up girls.
Willson Contreras won Cubs Convention 2018
Willson Contreras was the clear winner of the 2018 Cubs Convention when he went all NSFW in explaining his advice to Jon Lester in a game against the Cardinals.
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Schwarber reacts to Contreras' profane advice to Lester
Watch Kyle Schwarber's instant reaction to seeing Willson Contreras' profanity-laced advice to Jon Lester about attempting to pick off Tommy Pham.
Bryant, Rizzo assist Cubs fan with gender reveal
Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo, Kyle Schwarber and Javier Baez assist a Cubs fan with the gender reveal of their upcoming baby.
Danny Parkins unleashed at Cubs Convention
Cubs Convention correspondent Danny Parkins chats with a fan who spent thousands of dollars during the World Series run which included a $600 tattoo.
Another non-update on Sosa
Sammy Sosa's name came up yet again at Cubs Convention, but it doesn't seem as if a thaw is near between him and the Cubs.
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Ricketts offers up details on Wrigley renovations
Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts provided some details on the ongoing Wrigley Field renovations and the soon-to-open Wrigleyville hotel across the street.
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How Bartman got a ring
At the 2018 Cubs Convention, team chairman Tom Ricketts explained how the decision was made for Steve Bartman to get a World Series ring a year ago.
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Best sounds of the first day of Cubs Convention 2018
Check out some of the best soundbites from the opening day of Cubs Convention 2018.
Bryant, Rizzo talk about having fun on social media
Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo have goofed around on social media this offseason. They talked about having some fun with the fans.
When will Cubs add a starting pitcher?
The Cubs haven't been immune to baseball's frozen offseason. But when they finally land a starting pitcher, will it be another ace or an insurance policy?
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Mental game the key for Schwarber?
Kyle Schwarber showed up to Cubs Convention looking svelte, but his physical transformation may not be the main thing that holds the key to a resurgent 2018 season.
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Ian Happ talks about his 'different' offseason
Ian Happ talks about his 'more relaxed' offseason with Vinnie Duber from Cubs Convention.
Schwarber explains the motivation for his offseason workouts
Kyle Schwarber talked with Kelly Crull and David Kaplan about why he decided to transform his body during the offseason.
Tyler Chatwood on his first impression of the Cubs
Cubs pitcher Tyler Chatwood talks with Vinnie Duber at Cubs Convention about his decision to join the team.
STL Podcast: Live at 2018 Cubs Convention
David Kaplan and Kelly Crull interview players live from Cubs Convention.
Cubs fan pitches Chicago to Bryce Harper
Watch as this Cubs fan pitches Chicago to Bryce Harper.
Almora reflects on his World Series experience
Albert Almora Jr. reflects on his World Series experience in 2016.
Watch Cubs Convention Opening Ceremonies & The Ryan Dempster Show
Watch the opening ceremonies from the 2018 Cubs Convention from the Grand Sheraton Chicago, and The Ryan Dempster Show.
Could Gerrit Cole be the answer for Cubs?
The Cubs might be looking to improve their rotation in some other fashion, as according to a report they’ve talked with the Pirates about Gerrit Cole.
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Cubs avoid arbitration with 5 players
In the hours leading up to the Cubs Convention, the organization reached agreement with three arbitration-eligible players.
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