Dan Vogelbach is getting a ton of attention in the early going this year, but it’s for good reason.
Attendance remains a very important storyline for the Chicago Cubs. So far, so good.
Years of singular focus and unrealistic expectations created an unfair perception of Starlin Castro to many Cubs fans. Finally, he can just be what he is.
The Cubs couldn’t take the series in Pittsburgh last week, but they’ll try to do it at Wrigley.
So says Jon Heyman, who expects things to be wrapped up soon. Mercifully.
Through four starts, Arrieta has simply been Arrieta. No surprises, no negative signals. Just more goodness.
Cubs first base prospect Dan Vogelbach is doing things at the plate that none of the guys that came before him did.
It was a good weekend for the Cubs, both as a team, and individually. Check in here if you missed anything.
Clearly the Reds are out of above-board strategies at this point. Today, the tried to have Mr. Redlegs take out Kris Bryant.
Jake Arrieta got the job done through six innings, and the best part of the Cubs’ bullpen did the rest.
Adam Wainwright might miss the rest of the season with an Achilles injury. It’s a game-changer for the Cards and the NL.
Rinse, repeat. Jake Arrieta gets the start today for the Cubs after yesterday’s rain-soaked postponement.
With May just around the corner, it’s finally time to really start digging into the upcoming MLB Draft.
Tentatively good news on both fronts. These are guys who could become necessary to the Cubs this year, so it’s worth following.
Russell might be struggling at the plate, but what he did in the field on Friday is still blowing me away.
Boo. No baseball for the Taylors today. Just a long, cold, wet wait.
The Cubs are playing as well as could be expected and are doing so without the benefit of a favorable schedule.
Jake Arrieta looks to keep the good times going if the weather cooperates.