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  • LA rookie, Hammel's short start hamper Cubs

    Starter Julio Urias recovered from a shaky beginning and fellow rookie Corey Seager slugged a record-breaking home run Saturday as the Dodgers held on to edge the Cubs, 3-2, in a battle of first-place teams. More »

  • Hammel not happy with early hook

    Jason Hammel was not happy about being pulled after 39 pitches over 2 1/3 innings on Saturday. It didn't even count as a start, the Cubs right-hander said. And after the game, which the Cubs lost, 3-2, to the Dodgers, he met with manager Joe Maddon. More »

  • Montgomery takes pride in keeping Cubs in game

    When the Dodgers' Josh Reddick lined a ball off Mike Montgomery's right leg on Friday night, it definitely hurt. But the Cubs left-hander wasn't going to show it. More »

  • Set for onesie trip, Arrieta has no-no flashbacks

    Sunday will be the Cubs' second "onesie" trip, in which players will be allowed to wear their pajamas on the flight from Los Angeles to Chicago. Last year's pajama party followed Jake Arrieta's first career no-hitter, but that was a night game. More »

  • Lester looks for another gem against Dodgers

    Dodgers rookie Brock Stewart will make the third start of his unlikely career Sunday, and the challenge could be his greatest yet: facing off against Jon Lester and the Cubs. More »

  • Bryant's 2nd blast lifts Cubs past LA in 10th

    Kris Bryant made yet another addition to his MVP case as he hit home runs in the eighth and 10th innings to power a 6-4, comeback win for the Cubs over the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium. More »

  • Ross, Maddon enjoy Scully's company in LA

    David Ross got his brownies and joined Cubs manager Joe Maddon for a private audience with legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully on Friday. More »

  • Bryant inspired by 'great teammate' Heyward

    If it weren't for Kris Bryant's first homer, Jason Heyward's extra effort in the ninth wouldn't have meant as much. And if it weren't for Bryant's second blast in the 10th, the Cubs would've lost the series opener against the Dodgers. More »

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