After five years, 77 saves and 296 appearances out of the bullpen, Hector Rondon’s tenure with the Cubs appears to have come to a close.
While the Cubs’ front office is focused on finding players for the 2018 season, the next phase of the renovation at Wrigley Field is underway, and this offseason’s work will result in new club box and field box seats, an improved concourse, more netting to protect fans and wider dugouts.
Shohei Ohtani is going to make someone’s offseason a sweeping success, and the Cubs hope to be the chosen team. Sure, they’ve got some disadvantages facing them. But if you count them out, then you haven’t been paying attention since the day Theo Epstein tugged on a Chicago Bears cap and boarded a flight to […]
Cubs fans can get a head start on purchasing tickets for the 2018 season by buying multi-game packages.
Jason Loutsch is a huge Cubs fan, so when it came time to name the dark bay colt his Albaugh Family Stable bought at the Keeneland Sales in September 2016, he decided to combine the names of his two favorite players, Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo. It turns out, “Bryzzo” is a winner.
Cubs fans can get a head start on purchasing tickets for the 2018 season by buying multi-game packages starting Tuesday.
Cubs fans can ice skate, shop for holiday gifts, and find plenty to eat at the Park at Wrigley, starting Friday.
Kyle Schwarber saluted first responders, Anthony Rizzo and Jon Lester continued to help in the fight against cancer, Joe Maddon shaved his head and hosted a boxing event, and Theo Epstein played some music. All of the Cubs — and more — combined to do their part this year to give back. At Thanksgiving, it’s […]
Cubs catcher Rene Rivera and his wife, Mariel Perez, know families are struggling to rebuild in their homeland of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, and the couple wants to make sure children there get gifts this holiday season.
The Cubs and Red Sox will close Spring Training with two exhibitions at the Red Sox’s Spring Training home, JetBlue Park, in Fort Myers, Fla.
The Cubs announced Jim Hickey as the pitching coach Tuesday and named Will Venable first-base coach, replacing Brandon Hyde, who is switching to the dugout to be manager Joe Maddon’s bench coach.