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  • Maddon: 'Now we have the experience'

    There's never a dull moment with Cubs manager Joe Maddon, and Friday night's program at my grandfather's museum -- the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center in Little Falls, N.J. -- was certainly no exception. More »

  • Arrieta among 4 Cubs headed to arbitration

    As expected, the Cubs on Friday tendered contracts to all four of their arbitration-eligible players, including Jake Arrieta. But they non-tendered four pre-arbitration players to make room on the 40-man roster ahead of next week's Winter Meetings. More »

  • Fowler, Chapman keep tabs on talks from afar

    Straight from the euphoria of being part of perhaps the most historic championship team of all-time to the reality of free agency, closer Aroldis Chapman and center fielder Dexter Fowler are having some fun in the sun this weekend at David Ortiz's Celebrity Golf Classic. More »

  • Cubs sign lefty Duensing to 1-year contract

    The Cubs have agreed to a one-year contract with left-handed reliever Brian Duensing. More »

  • Cubs' Meetings to-do list starts with bullpen

    While Cubs fans fulfill their holiday shopping lists with World Series-themed T-shirts and mugs, the front office is assessing what it needs to do to repeat as champions. Heading into the Winter Meetings, which open Monday, the Cubs are focused on finding complements for their young players. More »

  • Jay excited to mentor Almora, join Cubs

    Jon Jay called his union with Chicago a "perfect match," in part because the Cubs are World Series champions, with most of their core coming back to bid for a repeat in 2017. More »

  • Peace & glove: Owners, players reach CBA deal

    Major League Baseball's players and owners have reached a tentative five-year Collective Bargaining Agreement through the 2021 season. More »

  • Hoyer: Cubs not closing door on Fowler return

    Even after sealing a one-year deal with free-agent center fielder Jon Jay, the Cubs are not quite ready to mark the end of the Dexter Fowler era in Chicago. More »

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