Boom goes the dynamite.
Archive for September, 2011
Neither Phil Rogers nor Nick Cafardo is ready to close the book on the Epstein-to-Chicago rumors.
And you know he wants it. Mike Quade and Bobby Valentine hug it out, DJ LeMahieu could be the future at a couple positions, Chris Carpenter is off the market, and the D-Cubs win a championship.
It takes extras, but the Cubs win another series on a special day.
Kyle Novak drops some WAR and UZR knowledge while addressing the future of statistical player evaluation.
It’s a somber day, but also a day to remember how great our bond. Andrew Cashner might not be starting after all, Randy Wells is crushing it, and the Cubs are still terrible with RISP.
The Cubs came back late and actually held on this time.
Bleacher tickets are expected to be a little cheaper next year, Andrew Cashner came back last night, Bryan LaHair keeps hitting, and the food at Wrigley could use some work.
Casey Coleman did his best Rodrigo Lopez impression.
A variety of Cubs GM search news and rumors to round out your week.
Sammy and the Cubs come to mind when reflecting on baseball’s impact on the aftermath of 9/11. Eric Jokisch has had a great year, Ari Kaplan is a stats stud, and an architecture student knows what to do with the Triangle Building.
Prospective Houston Owner Jim Crane may be willing to move the Astros to the AL West, which would open the door to expanded playoffs.