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  • Bullpen, defense fell Cubs vs. Reds

    Eugenio Suarez and Adam Duvall each hit two-run homers in the sixth inning as the Reds came back to defeat the Cubs, 13-6, at Wrigley Field on Monday night. Cincinnati relievers combined to toss 4 1/3 innings while allowing only one earned run, including Aroldis Chapman's five-out save -- his first of more than three outs this season. More »

  • Cubs set to call up Baez, three others

    Javier Baez will be one of four players to be called up by the Cubs on Tuesday when rosters expand, a team spokesperson said after Monday's 13-6 loss. Outfielder Quintin Berry, as well as pitchers Trevor Cahill and Tsuyoshi Wada will all join Baez on the 40-man roster as the Cubs make their push for the National League's second Wild Card spot. The club has not confirmed the moves. More »

  • Cubs add depth, land Jackson from Mariners

    Looking for bench help for their postseason push, the Cubs have acquired outfielder Austin Jackson and a cash consideration from the Mariners for a player to be named later and international signing bonus slot No. 4, worth about $210,000. More »

  • Arrieta honored by Cubs, revered by 'mates

    Jake Arrieta was welcomed back to Chicago with a special ceremony to begin Monday's game against the Reds, receiving a framed jersey and pictures from his outing. Arrieta was there with his wife and two kids, before he tipped his cap to a standing ovation from the crowd. More »

  • Haren ready to battle DeSclafani, familiar Reds

    Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani is not quite a grizzled veteran yet, but he has seen plenty of the Cubs. Chicago starter Dan Haren has been around the block several times and has faced the Reds plenty. Both will pitch against each other on Tuesday night at Wrigley Field. More »

  • Jake Show: Arrieta no-hits Dodgers in LA

    Seven times in his final 18 starts of 2014, Jake Arrieta took a no-hitter into the fifth inning, but it wasn't until Sunday night against the Dodgers that the Cubs right-hander finished the job. And it was deja vu for the Dodgers. More »

  • Maddon has Cubs wear pajamas on trip home

    Kris Bryant found a Ninja Turtle onesie. Addison Russell has a bright green one. Starlin Castro was wearing a Mario Brothers pajama top and pants that match his son's. More »

  • No-hit Arrieta 'pitching on another level'

    Jake Arrieta remembers his grandfather telling him about watching Nolan Ryan throw one of his no-hitters. Now, 46,679 fans at Dodger Stadium and those watching on television can say they saw Arrieta join Ryan, Sandy Koufax and other elite pitchers who have accomplished the feat. More »

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