A top five/ten international signing for the Cubs.
Archive for July, 2011
And the Crosstown Cup stays on the South Side. If the Cubs ever won the thing, I might care more.
After a long time on the shelf, Byrd finally returns to the Cubs.
Cashner’s throwing program delayed another 10 days, Ramon Ortiz will probably start, Aramis Ramirez doesn’t think about his future, Jeff Baker is a trade target, and Carlos Zambrano cautions players against coming to Chicago.
Another two-game win streak dies, and the Crosstown Cup hangs in the balance.
Crosstown Cup Part Two. And the chance to actually have a three-game winning streak.
The day he leaves a game with a back injury, Zambrano almost suffered a softball injury. And he’s going to get an epidural. Neither of those are jokes.
Ramirez is heating up at the right time, Carlos Zambrano’s back is aching at the wrong time, Tom Ricketts is more realistic this time, Mike Quade says the time for DJ LeMahieu is in the future, and, hey, a draft pick signing.
Kerry Wood would accept a trade if he felt it was best for his family and best for the Cubs, but he doesn’t see it happening.