After watching him sit on the bench for a few weeks – and flail helplessly at breaking balls outside when he does get in the game – the Chicago Cubs[Read More...]
Archive for July, 2010
If you didn’t know the Cubs were going to tease us in the final week before the trade deadline, you don’t know the Cubs.
The Twitterverse (*shudder* I’ll never use that term again, I promise) is atwitter (but I’ll use that one as much as I please) with tidbits about Derrek Lee and Ted[Read More...]
Chicago Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano has finally spoken publicly regarding Zambranogate, and while it’s good to finally hear from the horse’s mouth, his statements leave a little to be desired.[Read More...]
It’s Series Preview time again, as the Chicago Cubs head down to Houston to face yet another terrible team that they simply cannot beat. At least the team gets the[Read More...]
Following their trade for starter Dan Haren, the Los Angeles Angels are setting their sites on another need: a middle of the order bat, and preferably one that can play[Read More...]
There have been vague assertions and thin rumors that the Chicago Cubs had yet to move pitcher Ted Lilly because they were asking for the moon. Given that Lilly is[Read More...]
I’m not going to rip the rookie for giving up the game-winning bomb to Felipe Lopez, but you do have to wonder if Brian Schlitter – like Jeff Stevens before[Read More...]
Oh, Cubs. Cubs, Cubs, Cubs. Look, I’m never going to root against the Cubs – especially against the Cardinals. But how do you go from losing 2 of 3 to[Read More...]
The Chicago Cubs are now actively shopping pitcher Ted Lilly, and would like to have a deal in place before Lilly’s next start, which is scheduled for Tuesday. With contenders[Read More...]
Randy Wells is officially back, y’all (as I said he was in the Series Preview). And better still? The Cubs actually knocked around a guy whom they should knock around.