Buster talks to Karl Ravech about the emotion surrounding a potential Bryce Harper deal, potential issues for an NL Central contender and much more (6:59). Plus, Jessica Mendoza on Manny Machado and the Mets (31:39), and Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (44:31).
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"It's dumb because they have us in last place." Winners of an average of 97 games over the past four years, here's what the Cubs really think about a projection that has them winning 79 games.
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Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts says the team was quiet on this year's free-agent market because the team doesn't "have any more" money to spend.
The Cubs announced a partnership with Muslim organizations to battle racism, while team owner Tom Ricketts distanced himself from racially insensitive emails involving his father, Joe.
Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant said he's more than happy to clear the air with Yadier Molina after offseason comments Bryant made about the city of St. Louis raised the ire of the Cardinals' All-Star catcher.
Cubs shortstop Addison Russell spoke publicly to reporters Friday for the first time since his suspension for violating Major League Baseball's domestic abuse policies. "I've let a lot of people down," Russell said.
The Cubs added bullpen depth, signing left-handed reliever Xavier Cedeno, who went 2-0 with a 2.43 ERA for the White Sox and Brewers in 2018.
Cubs pitcher Yu Darvish said he felt pressure to deliver after signing a big contract last season, but this year he just wants to be himself.
The Chicago Cubs will be without closer Brandon Morrow for the early portion of 2019 after he had elbow surgery.
The Chicago Cubs are launching their own television network, beginning in 2020, partnering with Sinclair Broadcasting to create Marquee Sports Network.
The Chicago Cubs are enhancing their domestic violence training ahead of shortstop Addison Russell's return from suspension later this season.
After an early end to October followed by a winter Chicago would rather forget, the Cubs head back to work with "a lot to prove."
Brad Brach and the Chicago Cubs have finalized a one-year contract that guarantees the reliever $3 million and could be worth $8 million over two seasons.
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