The Chicago Cubs have signed five more of their 2010 draft picks, including third rounder Micah Gibbs, a catcher out of LSU. The club has now agreed to terms with[Read More…]
Archive for June, 2010
It is generally hard to win without scoring runs, and it’s never a good idea to rely on winning by penalty kicks. Ryan Dempster was very good, but the Cubs’[Read More…]
Has there ever been a back-to-back game turnaround like that? Carlos Zambrano finally threw like a starting pitcher, and the offense blew up like whoa.
A couple months ago, Jeff Samardzija had pushed the patience of the Chicago Cubs to the limit. One of a small handful of players who’ve been given a Major League[Read More…]
Yes. Well. Hmm.
As we noted yesterday, the Chicago Cubs came to terms with first round pick Hayden Simpson, but those terms were not disclosed immediately. Those terms were just disclosed, and they[Read More…]
Admit it. The Cubs came back just enough to piss you off. Defense was once again the primary culprit, though an early exit for Carlos Silva (and, thus, early entrance[Read More…]
Knowing that Tyler Colvin is set to take over as an almost full-time starter in right field, and that Xavier Nady is to be the team’s primary back up outfielder,[Read More…]
When the Chicago Cubs shocked the world with their first round pick in the 2010 Draft, taking 191st ranked prospect Hayden Simpson, most expected that it meant at least one[Read More…]
The Randy Wells performance and the late inning heroics were sufficiently awesome to overcome the bitter taste of what appeared to be a still-struggling offense. It’s the first series win[Read More…]