We guessed that Milton Bradley’s most recent – and unbelievable – comments about the Chicago Cubs would lead to his walking papers, and in a way, they have. Within the[Read More…]
Archive for September, 2009
There comes a point in long stories where the story almost becomes a parody of itself. You’ll remember it from the Brett Favre will-he-won’t-he saga. At some point, it’s true,[Read More…]
Walk-off games are so exciting, aren’t they!?!?!?!?
What a serious kick in the grapes. And you’ll note: the Heilman pitch to Holliday really wasn’t that bad.
The Chicago Cubs head to lovely St. Louis after not seeing the Cardinals in over two months. If the Cubs hadn’t fallen off the map in that time, it would[Read More…]
Chicago Cubs right fielder Milton Bradley left yesterday’s game against the Brewers in the sixth inning after perceiving some knee swelling. This is, of course, no big deal in two[Read More…]
Lou Piniella says Randy Wells’ recent struggles are due to his failure to stay down in the zone and inability to throw strikes early in the count. While that is[Read More…]
Rich Harden certainly didn’t help his free agency cause with this poor outing. But he avoids the derisive enhancement this time.
If you’re going to play in the outfield for the Chicago Cubs, you better be prepared to miss some time with an injury. This time, it’s super sub Sam Fuld[Read More…]
Aaaand boom goes the dynamite. Plenty of offense, plenty of smiles.
When Bruce Levine suggested yesterday that the Chicago Cubs might look to trade ace Carlos Zambrano this winter, most pundits gave it short shrift (including yours truly). After all, without[Read More…]