Jacob Turner makes his starting debut for the Cubs tonight, but that’ll probably get a little less attention.
You can’t script it. You can only watch it and be moved.
This is fun, isn’t it? Mostly, that’s what matters. But there are other things to discuss, too.
Ruggiano has been dealing with a bum ankle, and Sweeney hurt his hamstring last night.
It’s not quite the powerhouse lineup the Cubs could soon have, but it’s still very cool to see.
He’s keeping it real. Ah. Memories.
After celebrating the Soler call-up, I dug in on a variety of substantive topics. Watch, and use the comments here to offer questions for next week.
The Cubs reportedly wanted cash and another player to make the swap. The Braves may push harder to get a deal done in the offseason.
Soler’s arrival feels like it’s about the middle, or early part of the middle, of the coming wave of prospects.
What a season for Rizzo this has been, and what a ridiculous homer Alcantara hit.
The Tennessee Smokies have a player who can, quite literally, play every position on the field.
Get happy! Might as well enjoy days like today, right?
The Cubs’ dominated the Reds on the pitching side, and a couple homers were the difference.
Jorge Soler is on his way up, so we can all party together.