He doesn’t care for injury-related questions, apparently. Travis Wood doesn’t blame the wind, Ian Stewart explains losing, and the new CBA’s full text is out.
Archive for May, 2012
A number of the Cubs’ top prospects will be getting underway in a couple weeks.
The streak is over! Today is magic!
Can the Cubs avoid unlucky 13?
Marmol is recovered from his hamstring strain, and Dolis will try to work things out in AAA.
His performance doesn’t help extension discussions or trade discussions. Rafael Dolis is out as closer, and an update on Dillon Maples.
Memorial Day and baseball.
Everybody’s Flipping Their Biscuit About Anthony Rizzo Leaving Tonight’s Iowa Cubs Game (UPDATE: Sore Wrist)
We don’t know what’s happening yet, but it’s possible Rizzo is on his way to Chicago.
That’s a dirty dozen, folks.
Which would sound worse: twelve straight losses, or four straight series sweeps?
And I’m not sure why. Rafael Dolis needs to stop giving up walks, Bryan LaHair and Starlin Castro need to start taking them, and the Cubs’ streak gets historical perspective.
What will Javier Baez’s arrival in Peoria mean for Marco Hernandez?
Losing in undramatic fashion is for losers. Losing in crazy style is for winners! Er, wait…
It will be exciting to see the kid in action. Well, the box score at least, if you can’t catch the games.
I got 10, do I hear 11?
Dale Sveum wants to commit to Joe Mather for a little while. Ryan Dempster knows which way the trade winds blow, and Carlos Marmol is rehabbing.
A new mock draft changes things up for the Cubs, who had some nice starting pitching in the minors yesterday.
When two awful offenses square off, you get a pitchers’ duel by default.
Ryan Dempster can break two losing streaks tonight – the Cubs’, and his own.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Tom Ricketts and Rahm Emanuel Seem to Believe a Deal Will Still Get Done
Emanuel finally said something positive, and Ricketts just gave a long interview.