“Veteran status” doesn’t affect how Quade addresses his players’ effort, says the Cubs’ skipper.
Archive for June, 2011
Ah, so the key to the Cubs’ success? More makeup games!
Nick Jonas took batting practice with the Cubs today before the Rockies game.
Marlon Byrd’s face is getting some extra protection, Randy Wells still feels good, Starlin Castro is an All Star with defensive problems, and the Triangle Building has more issues.
Quade feels like Castro didn’t hustle on an early play yesterday and let the youngster know it was unacceptable.
I’d say the organizational meetings taking place this week just took a turn.
Jeff Samardzija’s annoyance, Kerry Wood’s blister, Chris Carpenter’s success, the Cubs’ basepath woes, and the unfairness of the NL Central feature today.
I’m told the Cubs lost this evening.
Chicago Cubs GM Jim Hendry is a hopeful type of person. But do the 2011 Cubs have much hope other than the hope for a few prospects and salary relief at the trade deadline?
Jim Riggleman quit as manager of the Nationals. Mike Quade respects him. *Cough.* Some rehabbing Cubs also feature today.
Round one of the cripple fight goes to the Cubs.
The Cubs head to Kansas City to take on that city’s version of the Cubs. But, you know, with a brighter future.
Rumor has it that the Chicago Cubs might finally be able to trade Kosuke Fukudome.
The Royal’s youth movement, Jim Hendry’s future, Mike Quade’s thermometer, Cubs’ draft pick signings, and yesterday’s site problems feature today.
Outfielder Matt Szczur may soon be the Chicago Cubs’ top prospect.
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