Nothing like winning it at home.
There are no guarantees in baseball, so here’s what the Cubs need to do this offseason.
Recapping Thursday night’s games, the Padres (Jered Weaver, really?) appear headed for relegation and the Twins may never lose.
Playing a World Series game at Wrigley Field for the first time since 1945, Cubs fans were understandably amped. But in the end, Cleveland won the night.
As badly as Cleveland needed Game 1, Game 2 was arguably even more important. Now there’s no doubt about it: Chicago is in the driver’s seat.
Joe Torre says we shouldn’t criticize umpires. He’s wrong. The Sox need to face reality, Schwarber isn’t going anywhere, and oh so much more.
The Cubs still have baseball’s best recorda��not without weaknesses. Fans are restless, injuries are piling up; even Arrieta is struggling. What does it mean?
A sweep is painful, but the Cubs are set up for years to come.
For this Cubs fan, Chicago’s NLCS exit made the World Series go from “Must See TV” to “Who Cares TV.”
What if the White Sox decided to trade Chris Sale? What if it were to the Cubs? Here’s what it could look like.