The Cubs’ plan is to let Yu Darvish be himself.
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The Marlins didn’t get much in return for their star outfielder
As they often remind us, the Pirates will never set out to “win the winter.” Their budget prohibits splashy free-agent signings, and they rarely find themselves in the middle of blockbuster trades in the offseason.
Now that the Cubs’ season is over, crews began preparations on Friday at Wrigley Field for the next phase of the ballpark’s renovation project. Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein also began work on the 2018 team.
Two innings after taking a 95-mph pitch to the rib cage during Tuesday’s 8-7 win over the Cubs at Busch Stadium, Cardinals outfielder Tommy Pham had to be replaced by a pinch-hitter due to lingering discomfort. He was diagnosed with a left side contusion, but the Cardinals are optimistic that their two-hole hitter will be […]
Royals left-hander Danny Duffy threw another side session at Progressive Field on Thursday, and he appears ready after his final test before being activated Sunday.
Giants left fielder Jarrett Parker left Friday’s game against the Cardinals with tightness in his left side. He’s listed as day-to-day.
Blasts from Jorge Polanco and Brian Dozier highlighted a four-homer performance as the Minnesota Twins stormed to a 10-2 win and split a straight doubleheader against the Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field on Monday.
A variety of health news, both positive and negative, has shaken up the Heath’s Cummings dynasty rankings.
Rangers outfielder Carlos Gomez has been playing with some soreness in his left side, which is why he was given a day off on Wednesday.
The Cubs will have their next chance to vanquish their crosstown foes as the teams move to the South Side for a pair of games at Guaranteed Rate Field starting on Wednesday. Right-hander Jake Arrieta will begin the slate for the Cubs, who would seem to have the pitching advantage against a struggling James Shields.