Milton Bradley had his appeal of the two-game ump-bump suspension heard yesterday. Bradley said no decision was announced during the nearly two-hour hearing, but he expected to hear something in[Read More…]
Archive for May, 2009
As we discussed yesterday, when Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella has decided one of his players is no longer a good fit, that player is playing on borrowed time. This[Read More…]
Hey, there’s a real lineup!
The Chicago Cubs designated reliever Luis Vizcaino, earlier received from the Rockies for Jason Marquis, for assignment two weeks ago, and now have officially released him. The Cubs will be[Read More…]
It seems Lou Piniella was ready to lose a game.
The Chicago Cubs DL’d pitcher Carlos Zambrano yesterday after he strained his left hamstring running out a bunt. So how long is he actually going to be out, and what’s[Read More…]
In case you missed it, or didn’t miss it and are currently trying to erase it from your memory, Denise Richards sang the 7th inning stretch on Friday. And it[Read More…]
The Cubs win their fourth in a row, and in the meantime discover the greatest power hitter known to man.
It is barely May, and the Chicago Cubs have already seen Derrek Lee, Aramis Ramirez, Milton Bradley, Geovany Soto, and now Carlos Zambrano miss significant time. It’s a g-d miracle[Read More…]
Just in time for the Chicago Cubs’ rotation to go to something less than full strength, the team’s lineup appears ready to return in full. Third baseman Aramis Ramirez, sidelined[Read More…]
The 2009 Chicago Cubs can’t catch a break – unless that break is in a tibia. Pitcher Carlos Zambrano left yesterday’s game with a strained hamstring after legging out a[Read More…]
Derrek Lee hit a grand slam and the Cubs won again. Great. But at what cost?
What is that, 7 down, 18 to go? Cubs starting pitcher Carlos Zambrano had to leave Sunday’s game against the Florida Marlins in the fifth inning after straining his left[Read More…]
Ted Lilly was dominant but only one man deserves enhancement on this day.
Aside from the tedium of writing the same game recap that every single news publication and every other blog writes, we don’t do recaps here at Bleacher Nation in no[Read More…]
A comeback victory? That’s un-possible!