10:22 AM EDT, Fri October 20, 2017
8 hours ago
It’s hard to appreciate this Cubs’ season after winning it all in 2016

It’s hard to appreciate this Cubs’ season after winning it all in 2016

TELANDER: Do you say it's been a great year or do you say it's been a disappointing year? Both are accurate.
9 hours ago
Champagne? Nope. Beer. And goodbyes. Inside the Cubs’ Game 5 clubhouse

Champagne? Nope. Beer. And goodbyes. Inside the Cubs’ Game 5 clubhouse

"We ended up proving a lot of people wrong — and that’s a little satisfying," Kris Bryant said. "A satisfying piece to take into [next] season.”
9 hours ago
MORRISSEY: Dodgers’ bats blast the Cubs’ season to pieces

MORRISSEY: Dodgers’ bats blast the Cubs’ season to pieces

There’s no good way to lose a playoff series, but there certainly are bad ways. An 11-1 loss in an elimination game would be an example of the latter.
9 hours ago
Hernandez, Kershaw more than enough for NL champion Dodgers

Hernandez, Kershaw more than enough for NL champion Dodgers

Kiké Hernandez told Clayton Kershaw he’d have his back. Did he ever. Hernandez slugged three home runs including a grand slam and piled up a League Championship Series record seven RBI, and Kershaw pitched strong six innings of one-run ball Thursday in the 11-1 thumping of the Cubs that sent the Dodgers to the World […]
11 hours ago
Photos: Cub fans watch season slip away

Photos: Cub fans watch season slip away

Cub fans in Wrigleyville watch the end of the 2017 season as the Cubs lose to the Dodgers in game 5 of the NLCS. Sun-Times photos by Ashlee Rezin
11 hours ago
Enrique Hernandez clubs 3 HRs as Dodgers eliminate Cubs in 11-1 rout

Enrique Hernandez clubs 3 HRs as Dodgers eliminate Cubs in 11-1 rout

Hernandez hit three home runs off three different Cubs pitchers, including a third-inning grand slam.
11 hours ago
Kershaw, Hernandez power Dodgers to World Series

Kershaw, Hernandez power Dodgers to World Series

Clayton Kershaw spruced up his reputation of being mediocre in the postseason by pitching six innings of one-run ball in Game 5 of the NLCS
11 hours ago
Not much fight left in these Bulls, who lose opener in Toronto

Not much fight left in these Bulls, who lose opener in Toronto

A nightmare of a second quarter doomed the Bulls in the opener, but they at least saw some life from rookie big man Lauri Markkanen.
12 hours ago
Theo on heat Joe Maddon taking: ‘It’s not manager against manager’

Theo on heat Joe Maddon taking: ‘It’s not manager against manager’

Team president Theo Epstein had his manager's back, and he also vowed to address pitching issues this winter.
14 hours ago
Sights seen around Wrigley Field before Game 5 of NLCS

Sights seen around Wrigley Field before Game 5 of NLCS

Picture page: Pregame sights in and around Wrigley Field before the Cubs-Dodgers Game 5 of the NLCS
14 hours ago
Fred Hoiberg isn’t about to change coaching style post Mirotic-Portis

Fred Hoiberg isn’t about to change coaching style post Mirotic-Portis

The third-year coach has made strides in the making sure his voice is heard department, and he doesn't feel the need to further change that.
14 hours ago
Jon Jay, a leader on and off the field, wants to remain a Cub

Jon Jay, a leader on and off the field, wants to remain a Cub

Jay’s future with the Cubs is unknown after this season, but if he had the chance, the Miami native would love the opportunity to come back.
18 hours ago
FINAL: Dodgers beat Cubs 11-1, L.A. onto 1st World Series since 1988

FINAL: Dodgers beat Cubs 11-1, L.A. onto 1st World Series since 1988

Albert Almora will lead off and Kyle Schwarber will bat second for the Cubs against Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw in Game 5 of the NLCS Thursday
19 hours ago
Javy Baez on facing Clayton Kershaw: ‘Good luck to him’

Javy Baez on facing Clayton Kershaw: ‘Good luck to him’

Don't tell Javy Baez the defending World Series Champion Cubs are a game away from elimination in the NLCS.
19 hours ago
If you’re looking for hope Cubs fans, here’s some

If you’re looking for hope Cubs fans, here’s some

Kevin Millar might have said it best for the 2004 Boston Red Sox.