1. Alcantara Maintains Torrid Pace, Plays Solid Center

    CHICAGO -- The chatter surrounding Cubs callup Arismendy Alcantara continued Saturday after the 22-year-old shifted from second base to center field and scored two runs while going 2-for-5 in the Cubs' 11-6 loss to the Braves ...

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  2. Baez Making Case for Arriving in Majors Shortly

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  3. Alcantara, Coghlan Stay Hot, but Wood Stumbles

    CHICAGO -- The Cubs truly embodied the resilience they've shown throughout the first half during Sunday's 10-7 loss to the Braves at Wrigley Field. But, in what seems to be the script of late, it was too little, too late...

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  4. Baez's Two-Run Homer

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  5. Rapid Reaction: Braves 10, Cubs 7

    The Cubs lost 10-7 to the Atlanta Braves on Sunday in the first-half finale. Here's a quick look at the game...

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  6. Alcantara's Two-Run Shot

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  7. Video: Cubs Fan Catches Home Run, Throws Back a Different Ball

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  8. 5 Prospects the Cubs Should Give a Shot in the Second Half

    It's no secret that the Chicago Cubs possess more exciting players in the minor leagues than they do in the major leagues. As sad as it is, most of the core of the team's future hasn't played a major league game yet...

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  9. Cubs Showing a Youthful Exuberance

    Finally home after a road trip that would shake even the most confident player to his core, the Chicago Cubs insist they still have plenty of fight left inside them...

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  10. The Cubs Got Approval to Make Multiple Changes to Wrigley Field

    The Cubs got approval last year for a massive renovation project. Then they decided that they needed to make a lot of tweaks to the plan, and had to submit for approval again...

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  11. Cubs Welcome Back Barney, Recall Rosscup

    CHICAGO – The Chicago Cubs made a pair of roster moves Friday, reinstating Darwin Barney from the paternity list and calling up left-hander Zac Rosscup from Triple-A Iowa...

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  12. Cubs' Arrieta Ready to Lead in Final Start of Half

    With the departures of Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel, Jake Arrieta said he's ready to take on a more prominent role with the Chicago Cubs as he makes his final start of the first half Friday against the Atlanta Braves ...

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  13. Wrigley Field Renovation Unanimously Approved

    The Chicago Cubs earned another victory Thursday from the Commission on Chicago Landmarks — the second in a year — but it's beyond the outfield of their historic stadium where their unfinished business remains...

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  14. Alcantara Avoids Minor-League Demotion with Huge Game

    The Chicago Cubs had called him up from Triple-A to play exactly two games. He was a fill-in while regular second baseman Darwin Barney was on paternity leave, then it was back to the minors...

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  15. Valbuena, Alcantara help Cubs outlast Reds

    Luis Valbuena hit a two-run triple with two outs in the 12th inning to lift the Cubs to a 6-4 victory over the Reds Thursday to snap a six-game losing streak in a game that included some fireworks on the field...

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  16. Social Media Campaign Pays off for Rizzo

    Behind the strength of the #VoteRizzo campaign on Twitter, Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo is an All-Star for the first time...

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  17. Benches Clear in Cubs-Reds Finale

    Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo was one of the players yelling from the dugout at Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman during the Chicago ninth inning when the left-hander's pitches buzzed Nate Schierholtz and John Baker in a game tied at 4...

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  18. Alcantara's Two-Run Double

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  19. All-Star Possibility Pumping Up Anthony Rizzo

    CINCINNATI — Anthony Rizzo took the lead Wednesday night for the National League Final Vote, and he expressed his appreciation for the support...

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  20. Cubs Behold Future with Alcantara, Beeler

    CINCINNATI – At 38-52, 13 games out of first place in the National League Central and with two top pitchers already traded away weeks ahead of the nonwaiver trade deadline, the Cubs are looking to the future again...

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  21. Hendricks Next Prospect to Make Debut

    OMAHA, Neb. -- The march of major league debuts continues as Chicago Cubs starter Kyle Hendricks takes the mound Thursday in their series finale against the Cincinnati Reds .....

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  22. Cubs Tweak Wrigley Renovation Plans Yet Again

    "It ain't over till it's over," Yogi Berra once said. That seems particularly apt for the Wrigley renovation saga.....

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  23. Young Cubs Fall to Reds as Streak Reaches 6 Games

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  24. Cubs Behold Future with Alcantara, Beeler

    CINCINNATI – At 38-52, 13 games out of first place in the National League Central and with two top pitchers already traded away weeks ahead of the nonwaiver trade deadline, the Cubs are looking to the future again...

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  25. Addison Russell Is Dealmaker for Rizzo

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