The Cubs are headed to PNC for a big series against the Pirates. They looked good en route.
In David Ross' final season, he caught his first no-no on Thursday night. He also added a home run.
Cubs ace Jake Arrieta threw a no-hitter against the Reds on Thursday night. As is the case with pretty much every no-hitter, his defense helped him out.
Kyle Schwarber has been diagnosed with torn knee ligaments and will miss the remainder of the season, but the Cubs are in good shape to deal with the loss of the young slugger.
After a 97-win campaign in 2015 and a highly productive winter, the Cubs may be the best team in baseball headed into the 2016 season.
Cubs catcher David Ross is in his final go-round in the majors and has been dubbed Grandpa Rossy by his teammates. He showed his defensive prowess in spring action Friday.
Anthony Rizzo and Kris Rizzo helped David Ross, aka Grandpa Rossy, walk through the clubhouse following a tough day of catching drills Wednesday.
As a retirement gift, Jason Heyward upgraded David Ross to a hotel suite for all road trips in 2016.
Felix Hernandez and Dallas Keuchel will start on Opening Day for the Mariners and Astros, respectively. Those stories and more are in Saturday's daily news recap.
The Cubs will attempt to continue Schwarber's development as a catcher without taking his bat out of the lineup.

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