Cubs Closer Brandon Morrow Hurt His Back Taking Off PantsThe Cubs couldn't use their closer in either of their games against the Dodgers after he was sidelined by an everyday activity.
Cubs Bullpen Has Them In Prime Position To Win World SeriesWith a lineup consisting of strong hitters from top-to-bottom, along with a solid starting rotation and one of the league's best bullpens, the Chicago Cubs are in prime position to make a yet another run at a World Series title.
Keidel: Are The Cubs World Series Favorites In 2018?The Chicago Cubs won the World Series in 2016 and are even more stacked now with Yu Darvish in the starting rotation.
Five Things You Missed: Yankees, Dodgers One Win from World SeriesThe Yankees took all three games at home to seize control of the ALCS, while the Dodgers lost their first playoff game last night.
5 Things: Giants Take Series From Cubs To Exact Some RevengeLast October, the Giants and Cubs met in the postseason. Last week, the defending champions returned for a rematch. It didn't go as planned for the Cubbies.
5 Things: A's, Giants Split 2017 Bay Bridge Series While Dodgers Continue To RollEven though Oakland and San Francisco are not having good seasons, the two teams still provide plenty of excitement when they get together on the diamond like they did last week in the Bay Area. Oh, and the Dodgers could be historically good in 2017, too.
Infamous Cubs Fan Steve Bartman Gets World Series RingThe ring contains 108 diamonds; one for each of the 108 years Chicago went without a World Series title.
5 Things: San Francisco Sellout Streak Stopped At 530 GamesEvery home game the San Francisco Giants have played since October 1, 2010, had been a sellout until last week.
Report: Chicago Cubs Currently Eyeing Athletics' Sonny GrayGray will start the second half of the 2017 season with a 4-4 record and 4.00 ERA.
Kahn: Questions for MLB's Second HalfWhat will transpire in the rest of the regular season?
Keidel: Cubs Suffer Through World Series HangoverThe Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 years, and entered this season as favorites. But nearing the break, the team is a mess.
5 Things: A Tale Of Two Very Different Bay Area SweepsIt was another crazy week in Major League Baseball, as the two Bay Area teams experienced very different sweeps of four-game series. In other news, the New York Mets still have enough healthy players to field a full team, surprisingly.