Cubs Remain Consistent with Plans for Kris Bryant

With the Cubs naming Kris Bryant the organization’s Minor League Player of the Year, Jed Hoyer had to field questions about Bryant prior to Monday’s game. Hoyer was asked when the Cubs plan to call him up next season and if he has a chance to start the year on the big league roster. As […]

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The Daily CCO: Rizzo Realizes the Cubs are a Work in Progress

Anthony Rizzo returned to the lineup Monday night and for the first time Rizzo, Javier Baez, Arismendy Alcantara and Jorge Soler were in the Cubs’ starting nine. And while Rizzo’s walk off was the lone run scored against a Reds staff they’ve struggled against all season, the bottom line was the Cubs won the ballgame. […]

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The Daily CCO: Cubs Still Have Work to Do as the Season Winds Down

The Cubs have 13 games remaining on the schedule and the lineup should get a boost with the return of Jorge Soler, who is expected back Monday night for the start of the 10-game homestand. Anthony Rizzo was reportedly targeting Monday’s opener with the Reds as when he would be ready to play again. But […]

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Chris Bosio Talks Cubs Pitching on Inside the Clubhouse

Chris Bosio joined Bruce Levine and Wayne Randazzo during Inside the Clubhouse (670 The Score) Saturday morning. The always candid Cubs pitching coach discussed the young roster, Tsuyoshi Wada, Kyle Hendricks, Jacob Turner, Hector Rondon and the challenge of shuffling a rather large pitching staff over the final month of the season. The Cubs are […]

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Cubs Trying to Get to the Bottom of Edwin Jackson’s Struggles

Cubs’ pitching coach Chris Bosio joined Bruce Levine and Wayne Randazzo for a segment of Saturday morning’s Inside the Clubhouse. Bosio discussed the Cubs’ young roster and pitching staff, there will be more later from the interview, and was rather candid with his comments about Edwin Jackson. The Cubs signed Edwin Jackson to a long […]

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The Daily CCO: Rizzo Closing In On a Return and Other Cubs News and Notes

The Cubs’ young lineup could look better by the start of the last homestand Monday. Jorge Soler is expected to back from his three-day leave for the birth of his child and the Cubs appear to be targeting Monday for Anthony Rizzo to return to the lineup. The team said Friday that Rizzo would not […]

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Soler to Miss Weekend Series in Pittsburgh for Birth of Child

According to multiple reports, Jorge Soler will miss the weekend series with the Pirates for the birth of his child. The Cubs gave Soler permission to leave the team and fly to Miami. Jorge Soler is expected back Monday for the start of the homestand against the Reds. Soler has hit safely in 11 of […]

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The Daily CCO: Hammel Could See More Time with the Cubs and Other News and Notes

What was considered ‘Plan B’ for the Cubs last off-season turned into a positive experience for Jason Hammel in Chicago and he could re-sign with the Cubs this winter. After dealing with injuries for two seasons in Baltimore, Hammel hit it off with Cubs’ pitching coach Chris Bosio and the veteran right hander performed extremely […]

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The Daily CCO: The Cubs Are All Learning Together

We Will Never Forget! The Cubs are in the midst of their worst stretch of the season and will get a much-needed day off Thursday before playing 16 games in 17 days to wrap up the season. Rick Renteria addressed his team for the second day in a row following another embarrassing loss to the […]

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The Daily CCO: Renteria Was Not Happy with the Cubs Performance and Other News and Notes

The Cubs lost their fifth game in a row and Rick Renteria voiced his displeasure with the team after the 9-2 loss to the Blue Jays in what Mark Gonzales described as a very candid post-game session from the skipper. According to the Tribune, Rick Renteria said his team lacked focus Tuesday, especially in the seventh […]

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