They say that insanity is trying the same thing again and again, and expecting different results. If that is the case, then Milton Bradley is doubly insane: because he keeps,[Read More…]
Archive for August, 2009
Chicago Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano has been battling a sore knee since late April, following an outfield wall collision. Recently, both he and the Cubs were thinking that an MRI[Read More…]
Yeah, look at that! The Cubs beat the Nationals! Where are all the Cardinal trolls now!?!
From my perspective, Milton Bradley has not been the target of Cub fan ire for months. He turned his season around, but more importantly, so many other Cubs have turned[Read More…]
Alfonso Soriano has been dealing with a troublesome knee for most of this season. But before you blame his absurd struggles on the knee, know that (1) he’s said he[Read More…]
That certainly feels like the RIP game for the 2009 Chicago Cubs.
The Chicago Cubs activated Carlos Zambrano from the disabled list for his start tonight against the Washington Nationals, and in a corresponding move sent down pitcher Esmailin Caridad to AAA[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs welcome the Washington Nationals to Wrigley. Unfortunately, in a few days, the Nationals will have to leave again. A refresher on the series preview here at Bleacher[Read More…]
The AP is reporting that the Tribune Company’s bankruptcy judge has agreed to expedited procedures, specifically with regards to the sale of the Chicago Cubs. The hearing on the sale[Read More…]
Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella’s agreement with the Chicago Cubs was bumped last year to run through the 2010 season. But that didn’t necessarily mean the elder statesman would actually[Read More…]
After a successful mini-rehab stint, Chicago Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano is ready to return to the Cubs tomorrow, when he’ll start against the Washington Nationals. It should therefore feel a[Read More…]