I was tempted, only for a second, to make this a “laughing because it isn’t the Cubs” post, but in light of the plethora of injuries befalling the Cubs this[Read More…]
Archive for May, 2009
When is a non-update an update? When it’s about Rich Harden’s torn and tenuous shoulder. This non-update is here to tell you that he’s still feeling pretty good about the[Read More…]
Win a close one, lose a close one. There’s some kind of yin-yang in there. I just don’t care for it.
Aramis Ramirez may be out until forever, but it looks like Carlos Zambrano will be back soon from his hamstring injury. Carlos Zambrano flew to Florida on Saturday and plans[Read More…]
My friend, Matt, of Sharapova’s Thigh fame, described the game thusly: it’s one of those games that you’re happy to win, but you just feel like crap about it because[Read More…]
We’ve all said it. When Ryan Theriot started hitting bombs this year, we all made the same joke: he’s on the juice! Naturally, we didn’t actually believe it, but it[Read More…]
MLB reduced Milton Bradley’s two-game suspension to one game yesterday. He’ll serve the one game today. Oh, did I mention that he sat out yesterday’s game? So the difference is[Read More…]
Offensive explosion and a sweep. Swoot.
Chicago Cubs ace Carlos Zambrano is working his way back from a bunt-induced hamstring injury, and things are looking relatively good. Carlos Zambrano, on the disabled list with a strained[Read More…]
Rain-shortened win for the Cubs. Homers a-plenty. Good for Soriano. Good for Soto. But even the best for…
The last two decades of professional baseball have been marked by many things – steroids, dramatic salary increases, lavish ballparks. But one of the defining elements of the era has[Read More…]
Jake Peavy comes to Wrigley to pitch against the Cubs, and woot woot the Cubs win. And Milton Bradley hit a 900 foot homer. But there can be only one[Read More…]
About a month ago, there were whispers that Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella would like to see Sean Marshall in the bullpen because he is a reliable lefty. But at[Read More…]
Just a good, solid win, folks. And that’s saying something.