How one man came inches away from saving Steve Bartman from himself
Former Boston Red Sox first baseman Doug Mientkiewicz is still hounded by stories of the famous baseball he kept after recording the final out in the 2004 World Series.
Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney probes the question of why Cubs fans chose Steve Bartman as the target of their rage that night of the 2003 NLCS.
They say you can't take it with you, but Cubs fans now have the opportunity to bring their undying passion for the team into the afterlife. Wayne Drehs visits a unique new cemetery in Chicago.
After back-to-back blowout victories over the Cubs, the team many considered the best in the NL, the Dodgers have every intention of ending this series on the West Coast and playing in their first NLCS in 20 years.
The Cubs lost 7-2 in their NLDS opener against the Dodgers, but they still are confident heading into Game 2.
Friday's walk-off victory was typical of this year's Cubs, who are undaunted by adversity and confident they'll win.
No matter where he goes, former Cubs manager Lee Elia is reminded of his three-minute tirade, which occurred 25 years ago Tuesday.
While the Cubs' sale is likely to be a $1 billion transaction, all Cubs fans care about is whether the new owners will deliver a World Series champion.
Fans are desperate for someone they can trust -- and Tom Glavine is as good a bet as anyone.
Baseball is learning a lot about new manager Ryne Sandberg at Class A Peoria, including something nobody knew he had during his Hall of Fame playing career: a temper. Wayne Drehs reports.
Poor play. Mental mistakes. Bad luck. All were a factor as the Cubs' season came to a painful end.
The Cubs are close to elimination now, but they really lost the wild card when they couldn't beat the Mets and Reds.
As he stood behind home plate, in his own personal Cooperstown, former Cubs third baseman Ron Santo felt complete.
The game was over. The turnaround complete. Matt Clement ran around the infield, holding his baby son in his arms and celebrating everything he had just accomplished.
They hadn't clinched the NL Central title, but the Cubs were still in a celebratory mood.