Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts and Cubs general manager Jim Hendry would be making a franchise-defining mistake if they pursued Joe Girardi before offering the job to Ryne Sandberg.
Milton Bradley might rub people the wrong way, but that doesn't mean he's lying about racism at Wrigley Field.
The Cubs say they'll be fine. They might be. In the meantime, they're interesting ... and not always in a good way.
After six mostly disappointing and injury-filled years with the Cubs, Mark Prior is starting over with the Padres. And he's just trying to blend in with his new team.
How low can the big-money Cubs go? Humiliated by Friday's brawl between Carlos Zambrano and Michael Barrett, Chicago's lovable losers have turned into a train wreck.
Turns out Mark Prior was tougher than everyone thought. Too bad it took shoulder surgery to prove it.
Pardon Cubs fans if they're not quite ready to believe all the optimism they heard coming out of the annual Cubs convention.
Wishes for the New Year include a pink slip for Isiah Thomas, a hot mare for Barbaro and a rival for Roger Federer.
Lou Piniella is the latest manager to try to solve the riddle that is the Cubs. And if he fails, not many options remain.
Sure, Dusty Baker has made his share of mistakes, but the Cubs' futility is a lesson in teamwork. So, the blame should follow suit.
Sammy Sosa should have taken Washington's offer, but his pride and ego got in the way of simply trying.
Sammy Sosa sealed his fate with the Cubs by walking out on his teammates -- and lying about it.