Archive for September, 2009
The Cubs finally got a nice outting from Carlos Zambrano. Not that it mattered, of course.
Today the Cubs claimed a player off waivers! But, he’s a 26 year old former top prospect who’s struggled to do much of anything outside of the operating room in[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs have decided to put down sit Alfonso Soriano indefinitely until/if his bum knee gets better. “The crux of it is his knee is not strong,” Piniella said.[Read More…]
Chicago Cubs color commentator Bob Brenly has become increasingly critical of this year’s Cubs club as the season wears on. And who can blame him? The Cubs have become increasingly[Read More…]
Defensive blunders. Terrible decisions. No offense. Good pitching. There it was, folks. The Cubs’ season in a game.
When today’s interleague, cross-town match-up between the Cubs and White Sox was originally rained out, the universe was quite different. At that time, June 16, the Cubs and Sox were[Read More…]
With expanded rosters, the Cubs are going to be seeing a lot of familiar faces. Just in time for college football season. That was supposed to be some kind of[Read More…]
When the Chicago Cubs took reliever David Patton in the Rule V draft, no one believed he would remain with the Cubs for long. After all, to stay a Cub,[Read More…]
Ah, the delicious tease of another meaningless September win. Well. Probably meaningless.
To trade or not to trade? It was the question that dominated the headlines last week as the waiver trade deadline approached. Would the Chicago Cubs succumb to the reality[Read More…]
Randy Wells has probably been the best starter for the Chicago Cubs this year, but there’s no doubt that Ted Lilly has been the anchor of the rotation. So the[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs continue to do just enough to not, like, actually make the playoffs, but instead torture us. Great outing by Randy Wells, who becomes the first Cubs rookie[Read More…]
Well, the September call-ups thus far are a bit thin, with only three moving up to Chicago: first baseman/outfielder Micah Hoffpauir, reliever Justin Berg, and infielder Andres Blanco. Hoffpauir figures[Read More…]
Inflammatory headline much? Well, yes. But, technically, it’s true. As a part of the Tribune’s bankruptcy, and in an effort to expedite the sale of the Chicago Cubs, the Tribune[Read More…]
Rich Harden is still very young – just 27 – and when healthy, has been one of the best pitchers in baseball. That sounds . . . familiar. It also[Read More…]
You know, the poor outing by Rich Harden bothers me less in terms of the Cubs keeping a guy who had a poor outing, and more in terms of the[Read More…]
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