Kerry Wood ended his career by striking out Dayan Viciedo, the lone hitter he faced, in Friday's game against the White Sox.
Kerry Wood will make one more appearance for the Cubs before officially announcing his retirement.
Bruce Levine of ESPN Chicago reports that Kerry Wood will announce his retirement Friday.
Major League Baseball has decided not to discipline Kerry Wood for his actions on Tuesday night.
Making his first appearance back from the DL, Kerry Wood gave up two runs in the eighth inning Friday against the Dodgers.
Cubs activated RHP Kerry Wood from the 15-day disabled list.
Cubs manager Dale Sveum said Kerry Wood (shoulder) could be used in the seventh inning when he returns from the disabled list.
Kerry Wood (shoulder) threw a simulated game Monday.
Kerry Wood (shoulder) threw 25 pitches in a bullpen session Friday.
Kerry Wood (shoulder) threw off a mound Tuesday.
Cubs manager Dale Sveum said Monday that Kerry Wood (shoulder) should throw off a mound soon.
Cubs placed RHP Kerry Wood on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to April 14, with right shoulder fatigue.
Randy Wells was spotted at Wrigley Field Friday, leading to speculation that Kerry Wood (shoulder) is headed to the disabled list.
Kerry Wood got a cortisone shot Wednesday in his sore right shoulder.