If “real well” means a .600 OPS, then I agree. Matt Garza is having a good year, the Cubs’ bullpen is getting taxed, and DJ LeMahieu hearts the bench.
Archive for September, 2011
The Astros ain’t the worst team in baseball for nothing.
More news and rumors than you can shake a stick at. I don’t actually know what that expression means. Point is: there’s a ton of info to pass along.
The Cubs head home for their final homestand on the 2011 season.
The Marlins’ outfielder is likely to be dealt, and the Cubs should sprint to the Fish. Kerry Wood will probably play next year, but he wants folks to ease up on Andrew Cashner. Bryan LaHair’s versatility will help his case for a 2012 roster spot.
That’s a healthy series loss for the Cubs.
The New York Yankees’ GM is the first up in a series of posts running down the high points of the various Chicago Cubs’ GM candidates.
The new Chicago Cubs’ Spring Training facilities and surrounding area will look to bring Cubs fans to Arizona to take in some Spring ball.
Aramis Ramirez will have plenty of suitors, Prince Fielder says he’s not returning, Tom Ricketts will meet with Tim Wilken, and the top young prospects in the Cubs’ system are about to go to work.
Dusty Baker removed another young pitcher early? What is going on?
After 10 successful years as Indians’ GM, Shapiro was promoted to team President. Next stop, Chicago?
Do the Cubs hold onto LaHair throughout the Winter, or do they let him make some money overseas?
The Cubs open at home against the Nationals, and close the season in the first week of October against the Astros.