Theo Epstein Wooed Jon Lester With Fictional Video Of Cubs Winning World SeriesThe curtain has been peeled back a bit regarding how Epstein got the prized free agent to join the Cubs.
Wearing Fake Mustache, Theo Epstein Watches Cubs Game From BleachersFormer Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein took in most of his current team’s matinee victory from the bleachers while wearing a fake mustache Friday.
Red Sox Host Pirates In 2017 Season Opener, Welcome Cubs To Fenway Park In AprilThe Red Sox are still eyeing a World Series title in 2016, but Boston fans already have a reason to look toward next season.
Jon Lester Can Add 'Clutch Hitter' To His Career ResumeIt was an all hands on deck situation for the Chicago Cubs on Sunday night.
2016 NL Central Preview: Cubs Favorites In Top-Heavy DivisionThe Cubs are retooled and ready to go. Ready to go and break a 108-year-old curse? We'll find out.
30 Players: Kyle Schwarber A Large Part Of Cubs’ Youth MovementThe Cubs youth movement get a big boost from a player with a big bat.
5 Must-See Cities On Your Midwest Road TripA profile of the five must-see cities on a road trip through the Midwest
Fowler Spurns Orioles, Re-Signs With CubsAn AL East rival of the Red Sox just got a little bit weaker, and most likely, a whole lot more frustrated.
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: October 12th-October 16thThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
5 Things: Championship Series’ SetBaseball’s final four is set: Blue Jays and Royals in the American League and Mets and Cubs in the National League. The fun continues tonight in Kansas City.
5 Things: Road Teams Dominate Start of PlayoffsThrough four playoff games, the road teams are undefeated. The home teams will try to turn it around Friday in the first day of full playoff action: four games spread throughout the day for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy.
This Week In Baseball: MLB Gets New Domestic Violence Policy RightThe MLB and MLBPA announced a new domestic violence policy over the weekend and they look like they got it right.

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