Ryan Dempster can break two losing streaks tonight – the Cubs’, and his own.
Month: May 2012
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.
Another pundit thinks Dempster is likely to be traded. There’s a lot going on in Cubs Hell, Anthony Rizzo’s ranking is rising, and a step back in the time machine.
What might an Anthony Rizzo promotion mean for Junior Lake and Josh Vitters?
The latest rumors touching on the Chicago Cubs, including bits on trade pieces and an unconfirmed nugget on Jorge Soler.
A look at 10 kids whom the Cubs could take with their first round pick next month.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Tom Ricketts is “Cool With Whatever Timing” for Conversation with Rahm Emanuel
Ricketts is playing it cool, but sources say he still hasn’t had a chance to speak with Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Hooray for off-days! Jeff Samardzija spits truth, Carlos Marmol looks good, and Javier Baez might be promoted.
Another name for you to know.
Nine losses in a row, friends. Have I told you lately that I’m glad you keep coming back?
Can we stop this thing at eight games? Please?
Details on the time line of the renovation, alternative funding ideas, and Ricketts’ comments on working with Mayor Emanuel in light of … what happened.
Whatever you think about Soriano, know this: he’s been the Cubs’ best hitter for a month now.
Some teams might think so. Dale Sveum dug Travis Wood’s performance, Bryan LaHair is working on his swing, and the Cubs still need pitching depth.
The Iowa Cubs blew the doors off the place yesterday, and Anthony Rizzo once again stole the show.
That’s eight losses in a row, folks.
Another day, another chance to put a stop to this skid.
The Cubs had to make a move to open up a spot for Travis Wood, and Castillo wasn’t going to be back any time soon.
Even if the 2012 Chicago Cubs continue to struggle, at least there are some benefits to the awfulness.