Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer
Watch Kyle Schwarber take BP
Watch Kyle Schwarber take BP
Those words, "World Series," painted on the dugout at Wrigley Field. It's been a while!
As Chicago gears up for the first home Cubs World Series game in 71 years, the Blackhawks left the city with a show of unity.
Watch Kyle Schwarber stretch!
Murphy's Bleachers, the most famous Wrigleyville bar, has announced that, unlike others, there will be no cover charge during WS games.
More Joe Maddon on playing at this point in Cubs history: "We're very much aware of everything that's gone on in the past. But we have to live in the present."
Joe Maddon on the magnitude of the first World Series game at Wrigley in 71 years: "It's not lost on me whatsoever. It's going to be an absolute blast. And I know the people who have been waiting for this for a long time are going to savor it"
Joe Maddon says he doesn't have a medical update yet on whether Kyle Schwarber has the OK to play the outfield. "If you see him out there taking fly balls, you'll know we got the go-ahead to try it."
Joe Maddon says he hasn't talked to anyone re Schwarber just yet. Said if we see him taking fly balls today then they're giving it a shot. If not, it's probably off. Source says he will be out there.
Dwyane Wade said he's feeling better about his World Series bet with LeBron James after the Cubs won Game 2 to tie the series with the Indians.
Watch Addison Russell discuss being a finalist for the gold glove and being back home for the World Series.
Matt Schick & Tom Luginbill discuss what message they would send to Texas & FSU fans and Paul Biancardi adds his basketball view on graduate transfers' recruiting impact.
Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis grew up a Cubs fan outside Chicago. Now he'd like nothing more than to extend their title drought a bit longer.
Dwyane Wade believes he'll play around 30-32 minutes a games to start. Sounds pleased about communication he's had with Fred Hoiberg in regard to minutes.
The median ticket price to see World Series games at Wrigley Field starts at $3,000 for Game 3 and goes up from there, about $2,000 more than the tickets were in Cleveland.
Dwyane Wade describing the specifics of his World Series bet with LeBron. Says he isn't worried about what the loss would be because he's confident Cubs will win.
You know it's getting deep in October when you walk toward the front desk of the hotel in Chicago and the clerk says, "Mr. Stark, right?"
During their 5-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday, the Chicago Cubs did something no team has...
Not only are the Cubs playing at home -- with the momentum of their Game 2 win -- but they match up well against the Indians and possibly even the weather for Game 3.
With Kyle Schwarber clicking in his comeback, the Cubs' offense got back on track to even the Series. But where will he play in Games 3-5 at Wrigley?
After appearing in just two games during the regular season due to a knee injury, Kyle Schwarber has returned with a vengeance in the World Series. He is 3-of-7 with two RBIs and an OPS of 1.127. His return could be exactly what the doctor ordered for Chicago.
The Bulls need depth at shooting guard and R.J. Hunter is currently the best option.
Courtney Hawkins has struggled making contact in the Arizona Fall League -- he struck out four times on Tuesday -- but on Wednesday, the former first-round pick slugged a two-run shot for the Glendale Desert Dogs. Box score