3:44 AM EDT, Sun May 29, 2016

Making the case for the Cubs signing Joe Nathan

The Cubs Postgame Live crew analyzes why Joe Nathan will or wont be a part of the Cubs bullpen in 2016.

Maddon: Cubs 'had a lot of good swings' in loss to Brewers

Joe Maddon discusses the Cubs offense in their 4-2 loss to the Brewers on Tuesday.

Hendricks: 'Two terrible walks' hurt in loss to Brewers

Kyle Hendricks discusses his loss to the Brewers on Tuesday despite pitching well.

Heyward: Cubs missed a few pitches against Brewers' Anderson

Jason Heyward and Kris Bryant discuss the Cubs offensive struggles in their loss to the Brewers on Tuesday.

Cubs PGL: Chase Anderson mows down Cubs

The Cubs Postgame Live crew talks about a difficult night for the Cubs offense against Chase Anderson.

Cubs PGL: Offense gets too aggressive vs. Brewers

The Cubs Postgame Live crew discusses how the offense was maybe too aggressive against Chase Anderson in a loss to the Brewers.

Who? Milwaukee’s Chase Anderson almost no-hits Cubs

MILWAUKEE – It looked like the Cubs would be taking batting practice on Tuesday night at Miller Park against Chase Anderson and a rebuilding Milwaukee

Why the Cubs are betting on Joe Nathan

MILWAUKEE – The Cubs are trying to catch lightning in a bottle with Joe Nathan, the former All-Star closer still recovering from Tommy John surgery.

Rick Hahn: White Sox 'prepared' to make big move now

Despite owning the best record in the American League, White Sox GM Rick Hahn is prepared to make a move at any moment to strengthen the club.

NASCAR America: Scan All Dover

Check out the radio chatter in a dramatic Dover race.

STL: Cubs sign veteran Joe Nathan to one-year deal

The SportsTalk Live panel talks about the Cubs taking a chance on veteran closer Joe Nathan.

STL: Will Tiger Woods play in 2016?

John Feinstein joins SportsTalk Live to talk about whether Tiger Woods will play in 2016.

Wednesday on CSN+: Fire finish road trip at Red Bulls

The Chicago Fire played possibly its worst game of the season on Saturday so it may not be such a bad thing that the team

Cubs taking a chance on former closer Joe Nathan

Theo Epsteins front office is all about the low risk/high reward moves.Epstein and the Cubs are rolling the dice with former closer Joe Nathan, signing

Fire announce signing of Dutch forward Michael de Leeuw

The Fire added some scoring help Tuesday.The team announced the signing of Dutch forward Michael de Leeuw using Targeted Allocation Money, inking him to a three-year

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Cubs Player News

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    John Lackey

    Around the horn: K-Rod reaches 400 saves

  • Jason Heyward

    Heyward returns to Cubs' lineup at Busch

  • Jake Arrieta

    5/25 Recap: Cardinals squander late chance to tie, lose against Cubs

  • Ben Zobrist

    Ben Zobrist is hitting the snot out of the ball, which brings up a question

  • Jon Lester

    Giants going with unusual left fielder against Cubs’ Lester

  • David Ross

    Molder up by 1 as play halts at Colonial; Spieth 2 back

  • Kyle Hendricks

    Cleveland Indians looking down on all AL Central opponents after victory Saturday: DMan's Report, Game 47

  • Addison Russell

    Chicago Cubs beat Washington Nationals for 6th straight victory

  • Jason Hammel

    Chicago Cubs hit 3 homers, top Pittsburgh Pirates

  • Kris Bryant

    Cubs: Will Javier Baez push Kris Bryant to the outfield?