Who Is The Chicago Cubs Best All-Time Third Baseman?

Aramis Ramirez Chicago Cubs

Among all players that have ever played for the Chicago Cubs, Ron Santo is considered among the best by teammates and fans. Aside from being a nine time All-Star during his tenure with the Cubs, he won five Gold Glove […]

Jeff Samardzija Struggles, But Chicago Cubs Claim Victory

Jeff Samardzija Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs managed to defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks in Cactus League play on Monday, but the only help from starter Jeff Samardzija came from his bat. Despite having recently been named the Opening Day starter by Chicago Cubs manager […]

Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs, and Team Italy Celebrating Second Round Berth

Anthony Rizzo Team Italy

Chicago Cubs fans as a collective, and Anthony Rizzo as an individual, expected that Italy’s presence in the World Baseball Classic would be short-lived, with Rizzo returning to Cubs camp following a quiet exit in the first round. Luckily, for […]

Chicago Cubs: Kyuji Fujikawa Dominating Cactus League

Kyuji Fujikawa Chicago Cubs

Kyuji Fujikawa is dominating in the Cactus League play for the Chicago Cubs so far. In four innings of work, the former NPB superstar hasn’t given up a single run or walk, and has allowed only two hits. These add […]

Chicago Cubs Should Stay Away from Kyle Lohse

Kyle Lohse St Louis Cardinals

With the Chicago Cubs pitching being a bit of a weakness, and Kyle Lohse being by far the best option for starting pitching left on the free agent market, it would be tempting to suggest that the Chicago Cubs should […]

Chicago Cubs Should Consider Brian Wilson for Bullpen Depth

Brian Wilson San Francisco Giants

If Theo Epstein, Dale Sveum, and the Chicago Cubs as an organization are serious about competing in 2013, they should seriously consider signing former San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson. For a significant amount of time not all that long […]

Anthony Rizzo Reaches Base Twice as Italy Thwomps Canada

Anthony Rizzo Team Italy

Anthony Rizzo and Team Italy have collected their second win of the World Baseball Classic, building on the momentum of an intense game between their side and Mexico in the first game. As you may recall, Chicago Cubs first baseman […]

Anthony Rizzo Makes Chicago Cubs & Italy Proud

Anthony Rizzo Team Italy

Anthony Rizzo, the sole representative of the Chicago Cubs at the major league level in the World Baseball Classic, went 2-for-5 Thursday in Italy‘s first game of the tournament. With Italy facing off against Mexico, he batted in the third […]

Chicago Cubs Looking Shaky After Good Start

David DeJesus Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs started the preseason surprisingly well in their first week, going 4-3 in their first seven games and showing surprisingly good offensive numbers. Since then, the excitement has dwindled down and the team has dropped all but one […]

Chicago Cubs: Carlos Marmol’s Spring Hurting His Situation

Carlos Marmol Chicago Cubs

Chicago Cubs reliever Carlos Marmol has had a rough Spring Training, and it is doing nothing to help his situation with the team. The former All-Star closer was almost traded to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim last season for […]

Chicago Cubs Make Right Call in Naming Jeff Samardzija for Opening Day

Jeff Samardzija Chicago Cubs

Chicago Cubs manager Dale Sveum made the announcement this weekend that Notre Dame alum and Merrillville, Indiana native Jeff Samardzija will be the team’s opening day starter, when the Chicago Cubs take on the Pittsburgh Pirates on April 1st. This […]

Chicago Cubs Fans Would Have Mixed Feelings on Mark Prior Return

Mark Prior New York Yankees

For the Chicago Cubs, hearing about Mark Prior is a sad reminder of what could’ve been. For a time, Mark Prior was considered one of the great up and coming pitchers in the MLB, but constant injuries forced Prior to […]