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The National FFA Organization has partnered with four Major League Baseball teams for FFA Day at the Ballpark events this summer.
Bryce Harper isn't going to slow down for anyone or any inanimate object. The Yankees, Braves and Phillies, believe it or not, are happy with their place in the standings.
He has Gray going #1 to the Astros with Appel going to the Cubs. This is the second mock draft that I've seen where Gray goes #1. The logic is that Gray will sign for less than Appel and the Astors could then apply that savings to the rest of the draft.
I'm guessing very few people are familiar with SBN's "Blog Huddle" site. But there was a post just yesterday addressing the performance issues plaguing all of the network's sites this week.
Right-handed phenom Matt Harvey faces the Chicago Cubs for the first time in his brief career on Friday when the New York Mets visit Wrigley Field to open a three-game weekend series.
We're getting review! For sure! Possibly! It might happen! C'mon, Bud. Wake up, the time to do this was 10 years ago.
If Thursday night was any indication, Matt Garza may be ready to rejoin the Chicago Cubs in short order.
Baseball may be the most beautifully complex sport on the planet other than curling that shit is whacky as all hell.
Samardzija hit a two-run home run and pitched eight sharp innings for his first win since opening day and the Chicago Cubs beat the Colorado Rockies 6-3 on Wednesday night.
I don't have a whole lot before tonight's game... only to say that if the Cubs win this one, that's two straight series wins, following a split with the Cardinals .
The three-time All-Star agreed to a minor league contract with Philadelphia on Wednesday and will report this week to Clearwater, Fla., for extended spring training.
The Phillies have agreed to terms on a minor league contract with pitcher Carlos Zambrano.
Carlos Gonzalez homered twice and finished with a career-high five hits to lead the struggling Colorado Rockies to a 9-4 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday night.
Things don't always work out this well for Chicago Cubs left fielder Alfonso Soriano in the field, but here he makes a diving stop of a hit by Washington Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa.Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports They may like him as a person, but the owners of the Chicago Cubs wish that they never met Alfonso Soriano .
In the family-friendly Cubs-centric version of "Marry, Date Or Kill", decide what to do with groups of three current Cubs.