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Cubs Press Releases

  • Cubs place OF Matt Szczur on 15-day DL, select OF Ryan Kalish from Triple-A Iowa

    The Chicago Cubs today placed outfielder Matt Szczur on the 15-day disabled list with a right hamstring strain and selected the contract of outfielder Ryan Kalish from Triple-A Iowa. To make room for Kalish on the 40-man roster, infielder Christian Villanueva was transferred to the 60-day disabled list.

  • Cubs to host Nationals, Padres and Pirates May 5-15

    The Chicago Cubs return home and look to build on their NL Central Division lead as they face the Washington Nationals (May 5-8), San Diego Padres (May 9-11) and division rival Pittsburgh Pirates (May 13-15).

  • Liz Phair to headline Hot Stove Cool Music concert at Wrigleyville's Metro

    Music and baseball share the stage at Wrigleyville's Metro Friday, June 17, when Chicago Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein, Hall of Fame baseball writer Peter Gammons and Cubs broadcaster Len Kasper join an All-Star lineup of musicians and personalities for the Hot Stove Cool Music Chicago benefit concert. Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Liz Phair will headline the show, which will be emceed by "Mad Men" actor Joel Murray and WXRT-FM's Lin Brehmer. The fifth annual event is presented by Chicago Trading Company with proceeds benefiting youth and families from disadvantaged neighborhoods through Epstein's Foundation To Be Named Later (FTBNL).

  • Cubs-Braves game postponed today

    Fans are encouraged to retain their tickets from today's postponed game to use for the rescheduled contest.

  • Sixth annual Bricks and Ivy Ball raises record $1.65 million for Cubs Charities

    On Thursday night, guests gathered at Navy Pier's Grand Ballroom to show their support for Cubs Charities at the sixth annual Bricks and Ivy Ball. The event raised more than $1.65 million, a fundraising record since the inception of the event, to support Cubs Charities' programs. The sold-out benefit featured 2016 Chicago Cubs players, owners, alumni and executives who mingled with the more than 800 guests in attendance.

  • Cubs place Montero on 15-day D.L., select Federowicz from Triple-A Iowa

    The Chicago Cubs today placed catcher Miguel Montero on the 15-day disabled list with lower back tightness and selected the contract of catcher Tim Federowicz from Triple-A.

  • Cubs Promotions for Second Homestand of Season

    The Chicago Cubs will look to continue their hot start to the season as they host the Milwaukee Brewers April 26-28 and Atlanta Braves April 29-May 1.

  • Diamond Project accepting applications for field improvement grants

    The Diamond Project, one of Cubs Charities' three signature programs, provides funds to nonprofit, neighborhood-based organizations to expand opportunities for children to play baseball and softball and improve the quality, safety and accessibility of local baseball fields or indoor training facilities.

  • Tom Ricketts issues statement on passing of former Cubs pitcher Milt Pappas

    Chicago Cubs Executive Chairman Tom Ricketts has issued the following statement on the passing of Milt Pappas, 76, who was a 17-year MLB veteran and pitched for the Cubs from 1970-1973.

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