Unfortunately the Cubs couldn’t end their season series against the Cardinals with a win, but it’s unlikely to matter to either team. The team mounted a nice little comeback, but[Read More…]
Archive for September, 2010
Casey Coleman continues to pitch well, and the offense showed up. Nothing beats a victory over the Cardinals, you know? Oh, well, except being competitive and making the playoffs.
Citing “personal and professional reasons,” Chicago Cubs broadcaster Bob Brenly has decided to withdraw himself from consideration for the Chicago Cubs managerial job. I’m pretty shocked. “With all due respect[Read More…]
Tom Gorzelanny wasn’t quite dashing in his return to the rotation, and the offense continues to sputter. Hooray for late September in a losing season, eh? And I learned something[Read More…]
Carlos Silva was cruising on his way to his best season in years when an irregular heartbeat brought him down in August. He came back just in time to suffer[Read More…]
Yesterday, new Diamondbacks General Manager Kevin Towers was forthright in asserting that he’d like to bring Greg Maddux on board as the pitching coach for his new team, but the[Read More…]
The Cubs have done one thing this year better than any other team: when the Cubs get blown out, they get BLOWN OUT.
Hall of Fame pitcher, and Chicago Cub favorite, Greg Maddux rejoined the Cubs organization earlier this year as a special assistant to general manager Jim Hendry. He toured the minors,[Read More…]
It should not be surprising, but AAA Iowa manager Ryne Sandberg will have other suitors at the Major League level this year. While it is not typical that minor league[Read More…]
Chicago Cubs catcher Geovany Soto had shoulder surgery yesterday to clean up his AC joint and alleviate discomfort he was experiencing in the second half of the season. If Soto[Read More…]
Chicago Cubs rookie outfielder Tyler Colvin is out of the hospital following a scary injury. Earlier in the week, Colvin’s chest was punctured by a flying piece of teammate Welington[Read More…]
Another pitchers’ duel, with the Cubs coming out on the winning end this time. Randy Wells was excellent, but the man who followed him may have been even better.