I’m not going to say I remember every decision the Chicago Cubs have made in the last 25 years. I’m not even going to say I remember most of them. But I don’t have to remember most of them to know that the decision to start left-handed reliever James Russell for the *FOURTH* time tonight […]
Month: May 2011
Six inches. That’s how close Carlos Pena was to giving the Cubs the lead in the 9th inning today. As it was, his deep fly out moved Marlon Byrd over to third base with one out, where he would be when Jeff Baker grounded into a game-ending and oh-so-Cub-like double play. That depression thing is […]
The Chicago Cubs finish April at 12-14, which is not, in itself, a terrible number. But when that April featured 15 games against the Pirates, Diamondbacks, Astros and Padres, you’d like to believe the Cubs could have pulled out a few more wins. The Cubs didn’t quite lose it in April, but they certainly didn’t […]
Quade ejected. Garza domination. Ninth-inning drama. Cubs win. Love it.