I’d say the organizational meetings taking place this week just took a turn.
Archive for June, 2011
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.
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.
If you’re easily able to read this message, consider yourself luckier than I.
Jim Hendry will meet with the rest of the front office and organizational scouts on Monday and Tuesday to lay out a strategy.
Sports Illustrated comes in for some fisking, Darwin Barney does some rehabbing, and Mike Quade does some explaining.
Without context, it sounded like Soriano was simply calling Chicago fans the worst in baseball. He never said that, and it’s a shame that it had to be clarified.
Losing to the White Sox is bad enough. Losing two of three is worse. But losing a completely and totally winnable one-run rubber game? It’s going to be a long off-day.
Kasper has signed an extension that will keep him as the Chicago Cubs’ play-by-play man through 2016.
Can Jim Hendry use the Cubs’ sale as an excuse for poor performance? Does Mike Quade even like the Cubs? What’s the status on Andrew Cashner’s rehab?
Taking his Bleacher Nation fandom to a new level. I dig.
Responding to questions about Adam Dunn being booed by White Sox fans, Alfonso Soriano lets it all hang out about booing in Chicago. We don’t look so pretty.
The rain kind of helped, but not enough.
Last week, Chicago Cubs’ owner Tom Ricketts took to the media to defend his team’s manager, general manager, and finances. But many Cubs fans wish he’d said something else.