Keidel: Are The Cubs World Series Favorites In 2018?The Chicago Cubs won the World Series in 2016 and are even more stacked now with Yu Darvish in the starting rotation.
Report: Red Sox Interested In Cubs' Kyle SchwarberThe Red Sox are showing interest in the young Cubs slugger as the Winter Meetings kick off.
Five Things You Missed: Yankees, Dodgers One Win from World SeriesThe Yankees took all three games at home to seize control of the ALCS, while the Dodgers lost their first playoff game last night.
Hurley: Replay Review Removing Spirit Of Playoff BaseballIn recent years, thanks to replay review, playoff baseball has been changing. And not for the better.
Keller @ Large: An End To Scapegoating Steve Bartman?On this century, one of the more notable American scapegoats is Steve Bartman--the Chicago Cubs fan who simply tried to catch a foul ball hit right at him during a key 2003 playoff game.
Kahn: Questions for MLB's Second HalfWhat will transpire in the rest of the regular season?
Keidel: Cubs Suffer Through World Series HangoverThe Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 years, and entered this season as favorites. But nearing the break, the team is a mess.
Kahn: Can the Cubs Repeat?The Cubs have played .500 ball so far, causing worry in Wrigleyville.
Red Sox Take Weekend Series Against Cubs With 6-2 VictoryMarco Hernandez scored the go-ahead run on Pedro Strop's wild pitch in Boston's four-run eighth inning, helping the Red Sox win.
Cubs Blast 3 Homers In 7-4 Win Over Red SoxAnthony Rizzo hit a two-run homer, and Miguel Montero and Ben Zobrist had solo shots, helping the Chicago Cubs rebound from a series-opening loss with a 7-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday.
Police Officer From Iconic 2013 Fenway Moment Spotted Celebrating Benintendi Home RunBoston police officer Steve Horgan is still in the bullpen at Fenway Park, and still lifting his arms into his now iconic pose.
Red Sox Use 5-Run First Inning To Beat Cubs 5-4 At FenwayAndrew Benintendi hit a solo homer off Jake Arrieta during a five-run first inning and the Boston Red Sox held on to beat the Chicago Cubs 5-4 Friday night.