The Cubs’ bats got the timely hits they’ve been missing, and Jon Lester was great.
Baseball is Fun: He will not be living this one down anytime soon.
Jason Heyward is seeing the ball well today. Well, all the Cubs are, really.
The top ten can field a team of All-Stars.
Get us back to .500, boys.
Launch angle matters, but you can’t go overboard.
After an offseason that saw them go back and forth about “best” and “respect,” all is probably fine.
You know what the joke is here.
Here’s something new.
You want to show some patience with a young player, but you also don’t want to lose many games because of it.
The 22-year-old infielder is in his first full pro season, and he’s crushing the ball.
Francisco Lindor got a special moment in a special place. Also, Tommy Pham has a minor groin issue, so the Cardinals are calling up a youngster who looks like a tank.
There’s room for improvement, but Javy Baez sure is fun to watch.
The Cubs were in the penalty box once again, but their class sure doesn’t look like it.
The talent is so obvious, but he’ll need to control it.
Yet another sign that expansion IS COMING eventually.
One game since Saturday. I am losing my grip.
BIF: Carlos Gomez Tried to Throw Out Adrian Beltre at First on a Single to RF, And Beltre Wasn’t Happy About It
Baseball is Fun: Beltre’s shock is too funny.
No. No, sir. You guys are not going to make me feel better this morning with your smiles.
Also, scores and notes from the Cubs’ minor league action.
They are neat. We like them. Change around the colors all you want.
Bats look flat. That almost rhymes.
A late scratch.
The Cubs are finally playing.
The left-handed lottery ticket is feeling good and can’t wait to contribute.
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