MLB may try to add natural tackiness to the baseball so that pitchers no longer have to rely on other, technically illegal methods.
Cubs Prospect Notes: Johnson to Pen, Hatch’s Rebirth, Maddon Digging Some Less-Heralded Guys, More
Joe Maddon raves about a new wave of talent that isn’t getting the kind of attention other top prospects have received in prior years.
More ties! That’s what we want! All the ties!
The Cubs’ first two homers by expected regulars this Spring.
Rivalry game, eh? Brett Anderson makes his Cubs Spring Training debut, and hopefully just gets through a clean outing.
A couple videos from the Cubs to make you smile today.
From Baseball is Fun: I don’t think a career change is needed, but he clearly has the option.
Consider for a moment how the Cubs’ farm system has been used the past few years, and also how limited the Cubs’ options for adding to it.
Which … I mean … is smart, right?
If the Cubs are going to get Rookie of the Year votes this year, who’s going to get them?
Cubs clearly want to beat the White Sox.
Three games, and a .500 record. How did the Cubs do it!? Magic! Or, you know, they split two games, and then tied the third.
A thrilling Game Eight tie!
Studly defense doesn’t take a break for exhibition games.
Who’s the REAL World Series champion …
I still love the idea of using six-ish starting pitchers.