10/12/2015 | Series-clincher could be toughest for Cubs
And now for the Cubs, after their biggest moment at Wrigley Field in a dozen years, the hardest part. Finishing the job.
10/12/2015 | Oct. 12 Jorge Soler postgame interview
Cubs outfieldler Jorge Soler meets the media after Game 3 of the NLDS.
10/12/2015 | Oct. 12 Kris Bryant postgame interview
Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant addresses the media after Game 3 of the National League Division Series.
10/12/2015 | Oct. 12 Joe Maddon postgame interview
Cubs manager Joe Maddon meets the media following Game 3 of the NLDS.
10/12/2015 | Cubs' bullpen up to the task in Game 3
The Cubs relief corps has done its job against St. Louis, allowing only three runs on six hits over 8 1/3 innings and recording 10 critical outs in Monday's 8-6 win over the Cards in Game 3 of the National League Division Series.
10/12/2015 | One win from NLCS, Cubs turn to Hammel in Game 4
With their backs against the ivy, the Cardinals are turning to their best available starter to save them. That would be Game 1 winner John Lackey, who will come back on three days' rest for Game 4 rather than stay on track for a possible Game 5.
10/12/2015 | Rookies have Cubs on precipice of NLCS
About four hours before first pitch Monday, rookie Kyle Schwarber was sitting by himself in the seats at Wrigley Field. He hadn't changed his pregame routine, arriving early as usual, even though it was Game 3 of the National League Division Series. For Schwarber, and the other Cubs rookies, Monday was just another day at the ballpark.
10/12/2015 | DYK? Cardinals-Cubs NLDS Game 3
Although the Cubs had their history-making ace on the mound on Monday night, it was their bats that made history in a victory over the Cardinals.
10/12/2015 | Russell day to day with tight left hamstring
Cubs shortstop Addison Russell left the Cubs' 8-6 win over the Cardinals in Monday's Game 3 of the National League Division Series at Wrigley Field in the fourth inning with tightness in his left hamstring after sliding into third base on a triple.
10/12/2015 | Rookies set home run record for postseason
The wind was blowing out at Wrigley Field on Monday, helping to send eight home run balls over the ivy-covered wall and a heap of Major League postseason records out the window.
10/12/2015 | Cards chase Arrieta in 6th, but it's not enough
It was, in many ways, a near best-case scenario for the Cardinals, watching Jake Arrieta walk off the mound with an out still left to get in the sixth and having already given up as many earned runs (four) as he had allowed in his previous 13 starts combined. St. Louis, trailing by one at the time, salivated over an opportunity to finish off a comeback against what they thought could be a porous 'pen.
10/12/2015 | Ryno highlights Wrigley pregame festivities
Cubs fans came to their feet 20 minutes before the first pitch was thrown in Game 3 of the National League Division Series against the Cardinals at Wrigley Field on Monday. And many of them remained standing for the top of the first inning.
10/12/2015 | Where it all began: Maddon reflects on journey
It's been nearly one year since Joe Maddon's introductory news conference at the Cubby Bear presented him as the next Cubs manager. It's been an amazing run to get from his offer of a shot and a beer to Spring Training, then the 162-game season, a Wild Card win over the Pirates, and now playing in Game 3 of the National League Division Series on Monday.
10/12/2015 | Hammel can lead Cubs to NLCS in Game 4
Jason Hammel will start Game 4 of the National League Division Series against the Cardinals at Wrigley Field (4:30 p.m. ET on TBS) with a chance to help the Cubs clinch their first postseason series victory since 2003 -- and the first in history at Wrigley.
10/12/2015 | Pham starts for Cards, Schwarber back in for Cubs
The Cardinals and Cubs have posted their starting lineups for tonight's game at Wrigley Field in Chicago.
10/11/2015 | Cubs ready for raucous Wrigley atmosphere
David Ross has been in Chicago one year, but he is already feeling the playoff atmosphere in Chicago. On his walk to the ballpark, Ross had fans stop him and clap in the street.
10/11/2015 | Cardinals, Cubs comment on Utley's slide
The topic of keeping middle infielders safe was a prevalent issue as the Cardinals and Cubs reported to Wrigley Field on Sunday afternoon.
10/11/2015 | Tale of the tape: Arrieta vs. Wacha
Two of the National League's leaders in wins square off in a pivotal Game 3 as the Cubs and Cardinals enter tied at one in the National League Division Series.
10/11/2015 | Young studs: Cubs rookies making history
It's hardly a surprise to hear how the Cubs' rookie hitters impressed beyond all expectations this season. But has anyone ever considered that what they've done might be historic?
10/11/2015 | Notable players overlap in Cubs-Cards rivalry
The Cardinals and Cubs are a unique rivalry that's been forged by the proximity of their cities, shaped by its longevity and enhanced by the frequency they've met as part of the same division. Throughout their history, 309 players have played for both St Louis and Chicago.
10/11/2015 | Maddon an adept tactician with the media
Cubs manager Joe Maddon walked out of the visitors' clubhouse at Busch Stadium early Saturday afternoon, weaving through the bowels of the ballpark in his Cubs-blue hooded sweatshirt. He had just left behind his players, but he stepped into the Cardinals' news conference room with those 25 men on his mind.
10/11/2015 | Focused Arrieta confident ahead of Game 3
Jake Arrieta's teammates call him the "best pitcher on the planet." His coaches are equally optimistic about the right-hander's ability. Really, it's tough to find someone who isn't confident he can pitch well.
10/11/2015 | Maddon yet to name Game 4 starter
Jake Arrieta is set for Game 3 of the National League Division Series on Monday, but Cubs manager Joe Maddon wasn't ready on Sunday to name his Game 4 starter.
10/11/2015 | Arrieta trade could be reverse of Brock's
Three words haunt a generation of Cub fans: Brock for Broglio.
10/11/2015 | Despite slump, Bryant flashing steady glove
Kris Bryant led all Major League rookies in nearly every offensive category -- including RBIs, doubles and runs scored -- yet the Cubs' third baseman has been known for his glovework in the postseason.
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