It came on an 0-2 pitch, and it was a very controlled swing. All good things.
Schwarber is feeling good, and hopes to be back for the next series.
Welcome to the Diamondbacks and their hefty offense, sans Paul Goldschmidt.
The Cubs have played great since the All-Star Break and fans are tuning in to check them out in a big way.
The Diamondbacks’ high-powered offense comes to Wrigley Field for a weekend series.
No word yet on his injury and/or prognosis, so don’t go flying off the handle just yet. (UPDATE: Could be a few days.)
The 24-year-old righty has the kind of killer stuff to succeed in the big leagues, but can he command it well enough to be useful down the stretch?
They’re not quite there yet, but they’re very close. Great young team.
The Pirates and Giants both lost to “bad” teams.
Quite a bit of baseball in this one – crazy, right? – and a first toe tipped into the offseason planning waters.
Miscellaneous enjoyable moments from yesterday’s ultimately disappointing game. Turns out there was a lot of fun.
Well-deserved honors for two of the Cubs’ best players.
Who likes open discussions about things that need not necessarily be absolutely right or absolutely wrong?
Almora’s recent blazing hot streak did not go unnoticed, and De La Cruz is a young arm to follow.
How not to use your bullpen. Also, more potential executive movement, a chicken pox outbreak, and much more.
Hoping for the best on both players, each of whom could impact the Cubs with their bats down the stretch.
It’s good to know that the swings affect the fans much more than the players or the manager.
This teaser comes from Brett: Holy crap. Especially the thing at the end.
Yesterday wasn’t all bad, my friends.
Torres is just 18, and he’s already heading for High-A. Incredible.