There are no guarantees in baseball, so here’s what the Cubs need to do this offseason.
The Chicago Cubs made history last season when they won their first World Series Championship in over 100 years, ending the longest title drought in professional sports. Their magical run captivated the entire nation and swept the city of Chicago into a frenzy. After all, it was Chicago’s first baseball title since 1908… at least …
It was no ordinary Thursday night for the Dodgers, and especially for Kiké Hernandez.
Clayton Kershaw could put away the Cubs tonight. Then what?
If the Chicago Cubs weren’t drained already, last night’s Game 4 may have done it.
Suddenly, the Astros have their backs against the wall. Can the Cubs avoid elimination?
Darvish and the Dodgers cruised in Game 3; now they can close it out tonight.
Can Sonny Gray even it up in New York? What Hendricks will we see in Chicago tonight?
As Joe Maddon was reminded Sunday night, tradition isn’t always sound reasoning.
The Dodgers needed to take care of business at home. Suffice to say, they did just that.
John Lackey versus Justin Turner with the game on the line? It’s postseason baseball, folks.
Jon Lester is used to this pressure; will he even things up for the Cubs?
Saturday night, the Dodgers and Cubs would battle—but not without a little controversy.
Thought Astros/Yankees would be good? Don’t get us started on Cubs/Dodgers.
Thursday night, the Cubs did it again. Now they’re on to their third straight NLCS.
What’s better than one Game 5? How about two? Hendricks, Nats—it’s all hands on deck.
To the folks chiding Stephen Strasburg yesterday—I hope you’ve readied your apologies.
Well, we’re getting Stephen Strasburg after all. Are you ready for some chaos?