Sigh x5. Good pitching. Bad defense. No offense.
Archive for June, 2010
Despite reports every which way indicating that Carlos Zambrano has not been in contact with the Chicago Cubs, or any of his teammates, since being dismissed by the team last[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox discussed a Mike Fontenot trade before the Red Sox acquired Eric Patterson, according to Jon Morosi of Fox Sports. Fontenot is a versatile infielder[Read More…]
Sometimes David beats Goliath. Big thanks to Alfonso Soriano for pulling a Sammy Sosa with a couple solo home runs that made the difference between win and loss.
File this under “wha?” Several Chicago Cubs have tried to get in touch with Carlos Zambrano since he blew up at them on Friday and was dismissed from the team.[Read More…]
It turns out that the mystery (convenient) knee problems that reliever John Grabow developed earlier this year when he was stinking were real problems. And they’re back. Grabow is expected[Read More…]
Although we aren’t yet sure when Chicago Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano will return to the team, we know that it won’t be for a while. Zambrano, 29, moves today from[Read More…]
Lost 18 of your last 20? Lost 16 in a row on the road? Generally awful? Well come on down and take on the Chicago Cubs! The Dr. Piniella’s Guaranteed[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs will be permitted to place Carlos Zambrano on the restricted list beginning tomorrow, and Zambrano will be starting “treatment” on Wednesday according to Carrie Muskat. Jeff Stevens is[Read More…]
As the World Turns… Video of Zambranogate shows the pitcher storming into the dugout after giving up four runs in the first inning on Friday, shouting – at no one[Read More…]
Carlos Zambrano is “expected” to return to the Chicago Cubs at some point, though at present, no one with the Cubs has yet spoken to him. When – and if[Read More…]
Coincidence? Not a coincidence? You be the judge. But, for me, I choose to believe that Chicago Cubs Assistant General Manager Randy Bush is a Bleacher Nation reader. Yesterday, at[Read More…]