And/or should there be other changes in the game to increase offensive output? Is reduced offense even a bad thing?
Pre-Wild-Card-Gamin': A’s v. Royals (7:00 CT) – Lineups, Broadcast Info, etc.
It’s the AL Wild Card Game, featuring Lester versus Shields, and the Royals in the postseason for the first time in 30 years.
Wrapping things up formally. Offseason plans, coaching staff changes, expectations for next year, etc.
Lester is focused on the playoffs, but is excited to get excited about free agency. How good was he this year, and how much will he get?
It wasn’t a huge decline, but the late-season bump wasn’t enough to bring the ratings out of the red.
There are reasons for optimism with this team, but is a huge, playoff-making leap possible?
The Cubs have a busy offseason ahead and a very crowded 40-man roster. Tough decisions await.
He’s the Cubs’ nominee for the National League.
Rizzo wasn’t just the Cubs’ MVP. He was one of the best players in baseball.
I suppose the obvious answer there is, “duh, yes.” Maybe the more precise question is, “Will it come this offseason?”
The Cubs finished tied with the White Sox and Phillies at 73-89.
After almost 90 years, the Cubs and WGN Radio are no longer a thing. Plus, a bunch of end-of-season fun.
The Cubs finish 16 games under .500, but there’s a lot to feel good about.