Gulp. Big series on deck, my friends, as the Cubs go to Washington.
It’s just a matter of the timing for Hendricks at this point.
Baseball is Fun: Hey, if you’re that good … maybe you can enter games however you want.
“A sharp, pinching pain.” But Russell might not have to sit long or even get an MRI. So …
Anyone else rooting for a split against the Nationals? Also: well done Mike Montgomery, Anthony Rizzo’s two-strike approach is beautiful, and much more.
Brett Anderson had a successful first outing, Dylan Cease dominated, and more.
Baseball is Fun: Can I say he got the last laugh? Because he definitely got the last laugh.
The inconsistent offense – which doesn’t figure to be the subject of trade talks – sank the Cubs this weekend. Catch up on the other headlines here.
He likely replaces a reliever, and provides cover for Addison Russell’s injury.
Good pitching after the first inning for the Cubs, but the offense didn’t hold up their end of things.
Hopefully it’s not a serious issue, but it’s been lingering.
Can the Cubs get out of Miami with three of four?
In some ways, Lester’s outing was even more impressive because of what happened in the first inning.
Still trying to take advantage of Ian Happ at the top of the zone, pitchers? Not gonna work as well now. Sorry.
Rizzo returns to the lineup and the leadoff role.
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The 29-year-old lefty is getting over back issues that took him out of the rotation earlier this year.
The Cubs’ rookie ball team is now underway, and they kicked things off with a blowout.
The Cubs fell behind early, battled back, and the pitching was brilliant.