Cubs Press Releases
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Cubs recall left-handed pitcher Zac Rosscup
Rosscup is 1-0 and has not allowed a run in 5.2 innings spanning four relief appearances for Iowa this season.
Cubs Unveil Plans For Wrigley Field's 100th Birthday April 23
Wrigley Field's highly-anticipated 100th birthday arrives Wednesday, April 23, as the Cubs host the Arizona Diamondbacks exactly a century after the Chicago Federals opened then-Weeghman Park against the Kansas City Packers April 23, 1914. The 100th birthday game headlines the first of 10 decade-themed homestands celebrating 100 years of Wrigley Field. Tickets for the April 23 game are still available at www.cubs.com, and fans can look forward to the following special events.
Cubs name Darnell McDonald Baseball Operations Assistant
The Chicago Cubs today named Darnell McDonald to the role of baseball operations assistant.
Cubs recall Parker, option Rusin
The Chicago Cubs today recalled right-handed pitcher Blake Parker from Triple-A Iowa after left-handed pitcher Chris Rusin was optioned to Iowa following yesterday's game.
Cubs recall LHP Chris Rusin from Triple-A Iowa, option RHP Brian Schlitter
The Chicago Cubs today recalled left-handed pitcher Chris Rusin from Triple-A Iowa and optioned right-handed pitcher Brian Schlitter to Iowa.
Cubs Charities launches Diamond Project
Cubs Charities, in a partnership with Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) Chicago, today announced the launch of the Cubs Charities Diamond Project. The Diamond Project marks the third signature program Cubs Charities has launched.
2014 season is a celebration of flavors
Wrigley Field will kick-off its 100th birthday on Opening Day, Friday, April 4, and continue the "Party of the Century" throughout the 2014 season.
Chicago Cubs set 2014 Opening Day roster
The Chicago Cubs have set their Opening Day 25-man roster in advance of their 2014 season opener against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park.
Cubs reduce spring roster to 37 players
The Chicago Cubs have assigned seven players to minor league camp, reducing their spring roster from 44 to 37 players.