The Chicago Cubs’ offensive woes this year are well-documented. But it’s not just a general suckiness offensively that’s burdening the club, there’s a specific, exceptional problem: the Cubs are the[Read More…]
Archive for June, 2009
I think I’m going to start being more positive. It wasn’t a terrible performance by the offense, which is good. Swept by the Tigers, yes. But they are an excellent[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs offense has been scuffling terribly for months. Some would say it coincides with the removal of Aramis Ramirez’s bat from the lineup, but it is not as[Read More…]
Hey, if I were pumping my body full of ultimately harmful steroids just so that I could be a beast physically in the short term, I’d want to show it[Read More…]
Another day, another loss. And another unbelievably pathetic performance offensively with runners in scoring position. 1 for 15. (!)
Chicago Cubs third baseman, and Obi Won Kenobi-style only hope, Aramis Ramirez is expected to begin taking live batting practice this Friday. “Once we get to that stage, it’s just[Read More…]
If the Tribune Company seeks out someone else to buy the Cubs besides presumptive new owner Tom Ricketts, it could end up retaining a larger chunk of the team than[Read More…]
When Micah Hoffpauir hit that home run, boy were things feeling good. I hope you turned off the game just then.
The strange, strange Cubs rumor that won’t die. The Chicago Cubs are still interested in signing Pedro Martinez to join the bullpen or maybe even the rotation. And apparently it’s[Read More…]
Lots of hits. Lots of walks. Great pitching. And a loss.
Donald Fehr has led the MLB players union for some 26 years, and before March of next year, he’ll step down. Subject to approval by the union’s executive board, he[Read More…]