The Daily CCO: Felix Doubront is Ready to Start a New Journey and Other Cubs News

The Cubs acquired LHP Felix Doubront from the Red Sox for a player to be named later or cash Wednesday and Doubront spoke with the beat writers prior to Friday’s opener at Dodger Stadium. Doubront said he is happy to be with the Cubs and to be reunited with Theo Epstein. Doubront pointed out he […]

Hendricks Stars in Cubs Win Over the Dodgers – Cubs 8, Dodgers 2

Game One Hundred-Eight: Cubs 8, Dodgers 2 WP – Kyle Hendricks (2-1) LP – Dan Haren (8-9) Save – None Kyle Hendricks returned to Los Angeles and beat his hometown team Friday night. Hendricks limited the Dodgers to two runs, one earned, on four hits while collecting two hits of his own and driving in […]

Cubs Month In Review – July

The month of July as a Chicago Cubs fan has had more ups and downs than the rides at Great America. They’ve made a few major trades, brought up the first of their highly touted prospects, sent down one of their others, and had their worst monthly pitching performance and their best hitting p performance. […]

The Daily CCO: What a Deadline It Was and Cubs News and Notes

Thursday will be remembered as arguably the busiest trade deadline day in the history of the game. And oh what a day it was. It all started with the Red Sox dealing Jon Lester and Jonny Gomes to Oakland for Yoenis Cespedes and a competitive balance (Round B) pick in next year’s draft and ended […]

Cubs Unable to Deliver the Wright Ending in Extra Innings – Rockies 6, Cubs 4

Game One Hundred-Six: Cubs 4, Rockies 6 – 10 innings WP – Rob Scahill (1-0) LP – Wesley Wright (0-2) Save – Adam Ottavino (1) For the second game in a row, the Cubs and Rockies needed extra innings to decide the outcome after a Cubs’ third baseman game tying two-run homer. Wesley Wright could […]

The Daily CCO: Baker’s Win, Bryant and Schwarber Homered and Cubs News and Notes

Every now and then baseball provides a reminder of why it is the greatest game of them all. And one of those moments came early Wednesday morning. In the midst of another challenging season at the big league level and after six-plus hours of not-so-good baseball, the 16th inning of what was Tuesday’s game was incredibly […]

John Baker Takes Home the Win in the Longest Game in Cubs History – Cubs 4, Rockies 3

Game One Hundred-Five: Cubs 4, Rockies 3 – 16 innings WP – John Baker (1-0) LP – Tyler Matzek (2-5) Save – None In what turned out to be the longest game in franchise history, John Baker faced the minimum in the 16th inning, walked to lead off the home half and scored the winning run […]

The Daily CCO: The Rumors are Flying and the Cubs are Talking

The buzz around baseball is focused on Jon Lester, David Price and Cole Hamels. The Red Sox are getting “hit hard” on Jon Lester according to Ken Rosenthal and Boston is open to trading both Lester and John Lackey for “the right return.” The Dodgers, Brewers, Pirates, Mariners and Cardinals have been connected to the […]

Trade Value of Five Cubs: Jackson, Coghlan, Bonifacio, Schierholtz, Sweeney

With just three days remaining until the trade deadline and over a month remaining until the waiver deadline, the Cubs still have a few players who we haven’t profiled who could be of some interest to other teams. Let’s take a look and see what the Cubs might expect to receive in return.

Wada Picks Up First Big League Win, Cubs Snap Skid – Cubs 4, Rockies 1

Game One Hundred-Four: Cubs 4, Rockies 1 WP – Tsuyoshi Wada (1-1) LP – Yohan Flande (0-3) Save – Hector Rondon (13) Tsuyoshi Wada limited the Rockies to one run over seven strong innings and earned his first big league victory. Anthony Rizzo drove in two runs and Emilio Bonifacio scored a pair as the […]