Archive for August, 2010
Not but three years ago, if you asked an average Chicago Cubs fan what teams he hated, you’d invariably hear “Cardinals” and “White Sox” uttered unnaturally through clenched teeth while[Read More…]
Thomas Diamond had an intriguing first start, striking out 10 guys in just 6 innings (though, the Brewers are a pretty strikeout-friendly team). Fortunately the Cubs didn’t take the attention[Read More…]
The Brian Schlitter disaster tour is over (well, at least on hiatus), as the Chicago Cubs sent the young reliever – together with his 12.38 ERA – back to AAA[Read More…]
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post, written by a friend of the program, Scarey from Sons of Ivy. When it comes to Cubs prospects, few know the organization better[Read More…]
The Cubs took the challenge that “there’s no way they can lose a game worse than that Colorado game” quite literally. Bravo. Inauspicious debut for new pitcher Casey Coleman, and[Read More…]
After experiencing a racing heart and chest discomfort, Chicago Cubs pitcher Carlos Silva spent what was probably a pretty scary night in the hospital. The good news is that everything[Read More…]
Now that Ted Lilly is off to greener pastures in Los Angeles, the Chicago Cubs will need a new starter in their rotation. The obvious long-term choice is Carlos Zambrano,[Read More…]
Aramis Ramirez sat out yesterday’s series finale against the Rockies because his thumb – which kept him out for a significant stretch earlier this year, and crapped up his performance[Read More…]
Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Carlos Silva left today’s game against the Rockies after facing just four batters. It seems he was just so excited to meet new Cub Blake DeWitt[Read More…]
Down 8-1, the Chicago Cubs valiantly fought back late – 2 runs in the 7th, 1 more in the 8th, and then 3 in the 9th! Wait. That’s only 7[Read More…]
Now that the non-waiver traded deadline has passed, we can all look back confidently and say, “yeah, I knew that Ted Lilly and Ryan Theriot were going to get dumped.”[Read More…]
It’s almost hard to believe there was a game yesterday, what with the Ted Lilly/Ryan Theriot trade and all, but play they did. And the Cubs brought their prototypical A-game:[Read More…]
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