CHICAGO Teams

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Ross gets his Cha Cha on (1:03)
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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Jon Lester discuss how he feels heading into the regular season. He wrapped up his spring with 6 innings against the Indians where his stuff got better as the game went along. He says he's ready.

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Kane scores, but Gourde gets the winner for Lightning (0:56)

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Bulls G Jimmy Butler had 20 points and a career-high 14 assists Sunday vs. the Bucks. The last Chicago player to total that many points and assists in a game was Pau Gasol (22 points, 14 assists vs. the Blazers on Feb. 27, 2016), per the Elias Sports Bureau. (Photo by Joe Murphy/NBAE via Getty Images)

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The best of Kizer at Gruden's QB Camp (3:17)
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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Joe Maddon discuss the progress of Jason Heyward this spring.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs option Eddie Butler, Rob Zastryzny to Triple-A. Ian Happ, John Andreoli and Taylor Davis assigned to minor league camp. The Cubs roster is 31 now. Happ, in particular, had a great spring training.

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The night Jordan dropped 55 points at MSG (1:19)
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18dJoe Peta

Predicting Cubs' 2017 record

Joe Peta thinks the Chicago Cubs, with a World Series title in hand, cruise through the regular season a bit and may not reach their Vegas win total of 95.5.

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Kizer shows awareness and commands the huddle (2:32)
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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Wade Davis discuss his spring. He says his stuff is fine and he just needs to "lock in" over the coming days. His spring ERA is over 16.00.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

What you eat in Vegas doesn't always stay down in Vegas. Cubs pitcher Kyle Hendricks flew back this morning after a late Saturday night visit to Taco Bell didn't sit well with him. He gets the irony of being in a city with so many 5 star restaurants and getting fast food poisoning: "I felt awful."

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Addison Russell and Ben Zobrist remain out with minor injuries. Today's quote on the lineup card comes from the esteemed philosopher, Anthony Rizzo.

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12hDan Szymborski, Special to ESPN.com

Should MLB's bad clubs just tank?

As the 2013 Astros proved, tearing things down can lead to a faster turnaround on and off the field for losing teams. The White Sox have begun putting that notion to the test and should continue to do so.

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Pressure brings out the best in DeShone Kizer (2:32)