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  • Kris Bryant debut an enjoyable day in the sun at Wrigley Field

    Kris Bryant debut an enjoyable day in the sun at Wrigley Field
    If the left field bleachers aren't finished for the May 11 target date, the Cubs have Kris Bryant to blame. When the phenom took his first batting practice session with the Cubs Friday morning at Wrigley Field, several workers stopped working to get a...
  • Fresh from the farm, Kris Bryant gets Chicago welcome

    Fresh from the farm, Kris Bryant gets Chicago welcome
    Kris Bryant finally made his long-awaited Cubs debut Friday at Wrigley Field. What was it like for him down on the farm, putting in the required time at Triple-A Iowa to net the Cubs an extra year of contract control? And what was the wait like for...
  • Outfield silence eerie during Wrigley Field renovation

    Outfield silence eerie during Wrigley Field renovation
    The Cubs still may be getting some grief from neighbors for the volume emanating from the jumbo-sized sound video board in left, and even received a complaint from as far away as Fullerton Avenue. But the sounds of silence are eerie for outfielders...
  • Cubs gala hits home run for charity

    Cubs gala hits home run for charity
    There was a lot to celebrate at the Chicago Cubs Charities' 5th annual Bricks and Ivy Ball, held at Union Station on April 8 with 700 guests in attendance. The Cubs had their first win of the season and the event raised a whopping $1.35 million to support...
  • Readers' Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag
    The Tribune’s Mark Gonzales answers readers’ questions about the timing of Kris Bryant’s contract, the status of Rick Renteria and use of the video display board at Wrigley Field: What is the official time of Kris Bryant's signing...
  • A Wrigley Field rooftop experience without the rooftops

    A Wrigley Field rooftop experience without the rooftops
    Well, well well... The Cubs finally revealed renderings of the new bleachers on Monday, including new patio-type sections in left and right fields called the “Well” and the “Porch.” Tribune reporter Chris Hine writes that...
  • Brewers follow trend in naming Craig Counsell as manager

    Brewers follow trend in naming Craig Counsell as manager
    Ron Roenicke was in a good mood Sunday morning at Wrigley Field, talking about managing against his old pal Joe Maddon. Roenicke and Maddon were coaches on the Angels’ staff under Mike Scioscia, and both enjoyed early success in Milwaukee and...
  • Commissioner Rob Manfred on Kris Bryant debate, empty ballpark and Wrigley restroom fiasco

    Commissioner Rob Manfred on Kris Bryant debate, empty ballpark and Wrigley restroom fiasco
    No one believed the Cubs when they maintained in March that Kris Bryant was sent to the minors to work on his defense. Having Bryant under their control for seven years instead of six was always the main issue, as the collective bargaining agreement...
  • Day of firsts for Addison Russell and Jon Lester at Wrigley Field

     Day of firsts for Addison Russell and Jon Lester at Wrigley Field
    Rookie Addison Russell deposited his first major league home run into the empty — under construction — left-field bleachers on Friday at Wrigley Field. And veteran left-hander Jon Lester earned his first victory for the Cubs as Russell's...
  • Friday's recap: Cubs 1, Brewers 0

    Friday's recap: Cubs 1, Brewers 0
    The summary Jon Lester recorded his 30th career start of at least seven innings with no runs allowed Friday to earn his first victory for the Cubs. Rookie Addison Russell's third inning homer was his first in the big leagues and good for the 1-0 victory...
  • Manager switch paying off for Cubs

    Manager switch paying off for Cubs
    Most everyone at Wrigley Field on Wednesday night seemed satisfied with the first month of the rest of their Cubs’ lives. With an off-day Thursday, the Cubs finished April with a 12-8 record. That’s good enough to suggest the days of fifth-...