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  • Epstein expects Cubs to contend for NL Central in 2015

    The emphasis in the first three seasons under Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein has been to restock the Minor League system and build a foundation of impact players. In 2015, Epstein feels the Cubs will take a major step and not just develop players, but be competitive. More »

  • Winds of change beginning to blow at Wrigley

    An influx of highly regarded talent joining Cubs cornerstones Anthony Rizzo and Starlin Castro and an expected shift in offseason strategy bodes well for the North Siders, whose home park will have a new look to complement the team's. More »

  • Pipeline Perspectives: Mayo eager to see Edwards in Fall League

    It is just one week before the start of another exciting Arizona Fall League season. The question at hand: Which hitting and pitching prospect are we most looking forward to seeing play in the AFL this year? More »

  • Statues removed as part of Wrigley Field renovation

    Renovations to 100-year-old Wrigley Field continued Wednesday as the statue of Ernie Banks on Clark Street was temporarily removed for restoration. It will receive a new base along with Harry Caray's statue, which was also expected to be transported on Wednesday. More »

  • Fans can vote Rizzo for Aaron Award

    Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo is a finalist for the 2014 Hank Aaron Award, which fans can vote for online at and all 30 club sites. More »

  • Bleachers first stage of Wrigley Field makeover

    While Cubs players picked up their gear bags Monday and stadium staffers cleaned out their work spaces, crews continued to prep Wrigley Field for the renovation project, which will begin with the bleachers. More »

  • Young talent brightened Cubs' tough campaign

    The Cubs closed 2014 with their fifth straight losing season, but it was the most intriguing of the five as fans finally got a glimpse of the promising future. More »

  • Cubs top Crew in finale for strong finish to season

    Anthony Rizzo hit his 32nd home run, a two-run blast in the first, and scored on Arismendy Alcantara's tie-breaking two-run double in the sixth to lift the Cubs to a 5-2 victory over the Brewers in the season finale on Sunday in front of 33,837 at Miller Park. More »

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