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97-65, 3rd in NL Cent
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3dJesse Rogers

Cubs acquire LHP Rex Brothers

Rex Brothers is the third reliever the Cubs have added to their 40-man roster in the last few days as they attempt to fortify their bullpen.

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Cubs a long shot for Jason Heyward

Hear us out, though. Chicago needs a center fielder, and Heyward could likely handle the position. There's always a big free-agent signing that comes out of nowhere, right? Heyward's potential landing spots

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Future's bright on North Side of Chicago

The Cubs arrived in the postseason a year ahead of schedule and now should have at least a five-year run as legitimate World Series contenders, writes Jim Bowden. MLB status check (Insider)

Candelario doesn't have all the tools

Jeimer Candelario can really hit, but he's struggled at third base and is too slow for the outfield. Does he have a future in the majors? Arizona Fall League recap (Insider)

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Castro the odd man out in Chicago?

With so many young infielders on their roster, the Cubs trading Starlin Castro this offseason seems logical to Jim Bowden. Of course, Castro isn't the only big name in baseball that could be on the block. Nine others (Insider)

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What about Tyson Ross to the Cubs?

Chicago is looking for starters this offseason, and Ross would be a great No. 3 in its rotation. The right-hander won't come cheap though, as the Padres could ask for a bat like Jorge Soler in return. Bowden: Trades I'd like to see (Insider)

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Castro-Gardner trade makes sense

The Yankees need a right-handed hitter and second baseman like Starlin Castro, while the Cubs could use a leadoff man and outfielder like Brett Gardner. That's why Jim Bowden would like to see this trade happen. Four others (Insider)

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If not Jake Arrieta, then who?

Buster Olney lists the Cubs' 2015 NL Cy Young winner as the majors' No. 2 starting pitcher for next season. See who is rated first. Top MLB starters (Insider)

Should Cubs pursue Price or Zimmermann?

David Price is an established workhorse but Jesse Rogers writes that Jordan Zimmermann is a bulldog of a competitor with Midwestern roots that seemingly would make him a good fit in the Cubs clubhouse. Key Cubs decision

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Yanks and Cubs talking Castro-Gardner?

The two teams have reportedly discussed a swap involving Starlin Castro and Brett Gardner. While the move would fill holes for both clubs, some other factors may make a deal unlikely. MLB rumors roundup

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Anthony Rizzo finishes fourth in MVP voting

The Cubs didn't have the NL MVP, but Anthony Rizzo wound up fourth in the voting, with Jake Arrieta and Kris Bryant also drawing support.

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Cubs looking to bring back Samardzija?

Theo Epstein and free-agent right-hander Jeff Samardzija reportedly met in Chicago Wednesday night. Is a reunion with the team that drafted him in order for Samardzija? MLB rumors roundup

Stats & Info

Plenty to celebrate for Chicago

Look no further than the Cubs' three award winners to understand how the team was able to improve so much this season.


Arrieta admits to arm fatigue in playoffs

Newly-crowned NL Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta admitted on Wednesday that "fatigue did set in" during the postseason. Arrieta allowed four runs in each of his last two postseason starts for Chicago. Tweaking regimen

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Jake Arrieta admits to arm fatigue in playoffs

Cubs Cy Young Award winner Jake Arrieta says pitching nearly 100 more innings than he ever had in his career caught up to him in the postseason.

Arrieta celebrates Cy Young with son (3:26)
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Jake Arrieta wins NL Cy Young Award

The Cubs RHP compiled a league-leading 22 wins, a 1.77 ERA (second in MLB) and tossed a no-hitter vs. the Dodgers on Aug. 30. Arrieta had a 0.75 ERA after the All-Star break, the lowest in major-league history (min. 12 starts).

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24429th
On Base Percentage.32112th
Slugging Percentage.39819th
Earned Run Average3.363rd
Quality Starts8115th

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