That’s a series win for the Cubs, and a great day for Jose Quintana!
Win today, win the series.
The 29-year-old lefty is coming back from Tommy John surgery and could soon head out on a rehab assignment.
The latest on the Britton trade rumor front has the Cubs right there in the talks.
Another good start for Montgomery is a reminder of what’s coming. Also: Rizzo is raking, Almora is gloving, and Brewers fans are standing.
A ridiculous and unnecessary moment in last night’s loss.
The youngest Cubs prospects.
It’s a split. Fine. Whatever.
Things could move quickly here with the relief market shaking out.
Game one? Check. Game two?
Game one of the day goes to the Cubs!
Perhaps it’s a decent sign for the relief market.
He … is … EL MAGOOOOOO!!!
SWEEP THE LEGS, Johnny!
Jon Lester Isn’t About the Data, the Rotation is in Peril, Happy Schwarberversary, and Other Bullets
As long as Lester can work on mechanics and execution, then it doesn’t matter what he thinks of the data. Also: three years ago today, Kyle Schwarber happened.
It’s an injury for Bass and an option for Norwood, with three other relievers arriving for today’s doubleheader.
Chavez is the new super utility pitcher for the Cubs.
Tommy La Stella, Ian Happ, Victor Caratini, and Tyler Chatwood all get the nod today!
A very cool feat for Court – something that hasn’t been done in over 20 years.
The 28-year-old Mets closer has been very good this year, and there are apparently a lot of interested teams.
A couple late-inning reliever trade options coming out for the Cubs tonight – one previously known, one not.
That was a baseball game. By the rules, it WAS A BASEBALL GAME.
The comeback starts now!