A Chicago Cubs superfan has gone on the defensive over becoming a target of ire after footage showed him stealing a walk-off home run ball away from a couple of nearby kids during a recent game.
Frank Robb rose to national fame this week after utilizing his alligator wrangling talents to catch the elusive reptile spotted roaming Chicago’s Humboldt Park Lagoon.
While contemplating where the Cubs’ season stands at the unofficial midpoint of the season, Kris Bryant made the interesting observation that it’s on the players to make sure Maddon remains in Chicago
Joe Maddon without question is among the most eccentric characters to ever manage an MLB team, and comments recently made by the Chicago Cubs skipper about the stunning outburst of home runs this
Hawk Harrelson may have called his last Chicago White Sox game back in 2017, but retirement clearly has not lessened the longtime announcer’s disdain for Wrigley Field.
Albert Almora Jr. expressed a desire to strike up a lifelong friendship with the young girl struck by a foul ball off his bat during Thursday’s game against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park.
Chicago Cubs fans spent a good part of Tuesday’s game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Wrigley Field taunting Bryce Harper at every opportunity.
ohn Smoltz will be paired with iconic broadcaster Bob Costas for MLB Network’s coverage of Tuesday night’s game between the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers at Wrigley Field.
Major League Baseball is investigating racist messages sent to Chicago Cubs reliever Carl Edwards Jr. on social media, sources tell The Athletic’s Patrick Mooney.
It was no secret the Philadelphia Phillies had visions of one day signing Mike Trout, but the Los Angeles Angels had other ideas and locked the superstar up with a record-breaking, 12-year, $430 mill
Count Chicago Cubs pitcher Jon Lester among the group that includes Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander that believes there’s something awry about two of MLB’s biggest superstars still standing on the
Joe Maddon raised some eyebrows — and elicited some chuckles — by revealing at the MLB winter meetings in December that he had started reading “Managing Millennials for Dummies.
Things did not go as planned for the Chicago Cubs this season.
Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein was quite candid during Wednesday’s end-of-the-season press conference, admitting that he senses some frustration in the clubhouse over
The Chicago Cubs and Milwaukee Brewers both finished the 2018 MLB season with matching 95-67 records, meaning the two squads were unable to decide the winner of the National League Central in the cust