Another day, another chance to put a stop to this skid.
Archive for May, 2012
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.
The newly-appointed Reds closer was caught driving the speed of one of his changeups, which is still too fast.
Garza vows to have a better outing next time. Travis Wood comes back up today, Bryan LaHair has to adjust, and Randy Wells is excited.
Minor league parks aren’t just home to great baseball.
Et tu, Astros?
Be runnin’ up Tal’s hill, runnin’ up Tal’s hill…
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: The Mayor’s Office Grabs Some Leverage, But a Deal Will Likely Still Get Done
The latest in the Wrigley Field renovation discussions, and how the Joe Ricketts flap has impacted things.
The righty is pitching so well, and is a free agent after this season. For Kaplan, that equals an obvious trade.
The Cubs aren’t getting much production at the top, and Sveum is going to make changes.
When the Cubs head to an AL park in early June, Rizzo could come up – which leads to a whole bunch of questions.
The Cubs’ minor leagues will help you look on the bright side.
That’s a sweep, folks.
The Cubs need Paul Maholm to play stopper.
With no fewer than eight roster moves in the last three days, it’s hard to keep up. Jeff Samardzija is still defending his pitch to Paul Konerko, and Alfonso Soriano thinks about surgery.
The next international signing period is approaching, and it could bring an influx of new talent. Of course, we’re still waiting on one of “last year’s” outfielders to sign.
Another day, another loss to the Sox. Sigh.