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  • Maddux's Hall speech filled with gratitude, humor

    While serving as his teammate in Atlanta, Tom Glavine watched Greg Maddux prepare for more than 350 starts, many of which took place in the midst of the pressure-packed postseason. But Glavine said he had never seen Maddux nervous until Sunday afternoon, when they sat in front of approximately 50,000 folks who came to Cooperstown to watch this year's Hall of Fame induction speeches. More »

  • Standout Bryant leads Cubs' updated Top 20 list

    With the passing of the Draft signing deadline, teams have had a recent influx of talent into their farm systems, and with that, has updated the Top 20 Prospects lists of all 30 teams. More »

  • Hendricks impresses, but Cubs' bats shut out

    Matt Holliday belted his 10th home run with two outs in the first to back Adam Wainwright and lead the Cardinals to a 1-0 victory Sunday over the Cubs and take the series. More »

  • Cubs may get more building blocks at Deadline

    For the third straight year, the Cubs got a jump on the rest of the trade market, making their blockbuster deals early in July. That doesn't mean general manager Jed Hoyer has turned his cell phone off. More »

  • Wada faces Rockies, looking for first career win

    Tsuyoshi Wada and Yohan Flande will both try for their first career wins when they square off on Monday night at Wrigley Field in the first of a four-game series. More »

  • Despite great heights, Maddux true to roots

    Greg Maddux surprised many when he decided that the hat on his Hall of Fame plaque would not include a team logo. But those folks who simply assumed that he would be inducted as a Brave were ignoring the genuine appreciation and love he has always had for the Cubs and the city of Chicago. More »

  • Call at second stands after Matheny challenges

    Matt Carpenter was called out in the third inning on a sideways slide into second base that invoked a challenge from manager Cardinals Mike Matheny. More »

  • Cubs fall in Arrieta's ninth straight quality start

    Matt Adams drove in four runs and A.J. Pierzynski celebrated his St. Louis debut with three hits to lead the Cardinals to a 6-3 victory over the Cubs on Saturday, evening the series. Cubs starter Jake Arrieta gave up two runs in six innings, and Nate Schierholtz and Ryan Sweeney homered. More »

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