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Players will have to adjust to evolving Wrigley Field just as fans will

Chicago Breaking Sports (Paul Sullivan) — Cubs fans aren't the only ones wondering how the Wrigley Field renovation project will affect their day at the ballpark.
  • 12 hr 22 min ago

You can laugh with Joe Maddon but not at him, nor his Cubs anymore

Chicago Breaking Sports (David Haugh) — MESA, Ariz. — After Cubs second baseman Javier Baez was pummeled trying to turn a double play the other night against the Angels, manager Joe Maddon rushed out of the dugout wondering if he would need smelling salts.
  • 13 hr 2 min ago

Notre Dame embracing underdog role against unbeaten Kentucky

Chicago Breaking Sports (Chris Hine) — CLEVELAND — There's a line in Notre Dame's fight song that says, "What though the odds be great or small, old Notre Dame will win over all."
  • 15 hr 4 min ago

Commissioner tells Kris Bryant's agent to butt out of Cubs business

Chicago Breaking Sports (Paul Sullivan) — FORT MYERS, Fla. — Theo Epstein got some support from Major League Baseball in the Kris Bryant saga on Friday while MLB's investigation in tampering charges against the Cubs in the Joe Maddon hiring enters its final stage.
  • 15 hr 11 min ago

At 34, Bulls' Mike Dunleavy shows no signs of stopping anytime soon

Chicago Breaking Sports (K.C. Johnson) — Think about it: When Mike Dunleavy turned down more lucrative offers to sign a two-year, $6.5 million free-agent deal with the Bulls in July 2013, the plan called for the veteran to back up two-time All-Star Luol Deng and play an important reserve role for a chance at a championship.
  • 16 hr 18 min ago

Jason Hammel loves Cubs' power

Chicago Breaking Sports MESA, Ariz. -- Jason Hammel wasn't gloating Friday after hitting a single off former Chicago Cubs teammate Jeff Samardzija.
  • 16 hr 52 min ago

Joel Quenneville says injured Patrick Kane on 'same timetable'

Chicago Breaking Sports (Paul Skrbina) — Joel Quenneville offered a “We’ll see,” when asked about Patrick Kane returning from a broken collarbone sooner than expected.
  • 21 hr 42 min ago

Commissioner says Scott Boras should stay out of Cubs' business

Chicago Breaking Sports (Paul Sullivan) — FORT MYERS, Fla.— Commissioner Rob Manfred said agent Scott Boras should stay out the Cubs business when it comes to a decision on third baseman Kris Bryant.
  • 22 hr 45 min ago

Sports flashback: Northwestern hosts first NCAA tournament final, in 1939

Chicago Breaking Sports (Tim Bannon) — Northwestern never has made the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
  • 1 day ago

Cubs' trade sets up Samardzija for future

Chicago Breaking Sports (Mark Gonzales) — MESA, Ariz. – The Cubs’ parting gift to Jeff Samardzija might have long-term benefits for him.
  • 1 day 1 hr ago

NCAA tournament: Sweet 16, Day 1

Chicago Breaking Sports (Tribune staff and wire reports) — No. 1 Wisconsin 79, No. 4 North Carolina 72:  Sam Dekker scored a career-high 23 points, Frank Kaminsky added 19 and top-seeded Wisconsin rallied in the final 10 minutes to hold off North Carolina 79-72 Thursday night and advance to the Elite 8 of the NCAA tournament.
  • 1 day 13 hr ago

Micah Johnson on the fast track learning how to be a big-leaguer

Chicago Breaking Sports (David Haugh) — GLENDALE, Ariz. — Of all the things speedy White Sox second baseman Micah Johnson does fast, learning tops the list.
  • 1 day 14 hr ago

NCAA tournament: Notre Dame advances past Wichita State 81-70

Chicago Breaking Sports (Chris Hine) — CLEVELAND -- The dissection seems to happen out of nowhere, with little warning, or little regard for opponents’ safety.
  • 1 day 14 hr ago

Mason Foster confident he'll thrive in Bears' 3-4 defense

Chicago Breaking Sports (Rich Campbell) — Mason Foster emerged from free agency upbeat. Sure, the one-year contract he signed with the Chicago Bears on Wednesday was not nearly as lucrative as one he might have earned if injuries didn’t hamper his 2014 season. But the inside linebacker put that what-if behind him a long time ago.
  • 1 day 20 hr ago

Jon Lester's arm looks alive in minor league start

Chicago Breaking Sports (Fred Mitchell) — MESA, Ariz. — Jon Lester threw 54 pitches and topped out at 93 mph in a minor league start Thursday morning.
  • 1 day 20 hr ago