White Sox: Whatever, Kerry Wood: 1582
Month: May 2012
Chris Volstad to Iowa, Blake Lalli to Chicago (UPDATE: Travis Wood Will Take Volstad’s Rotation Spot)
Chris Volstad is officially out of the rotation. For now.
Send those lousy Chicago White Sox back to Chicago.
He’s expected to miss three to four weeks.
If true, thanks for the good times, Kerry.
The brain trust is huddling, deciding what to do. Casey Coleman, Randy Wells, and Travis Wood could replace him, but Wood is the most likely.
Blake Parker was just called up yesterday. Are there more minor leaguers on the way up to the big club?
So close to a miracle…
The Cubs are hoping for another 1-1 split, but it’s going to be tough.
Another day, another new reliever.
The two sides might not even be actively discussing an extension. Other rumor bits on Jorge Soler, Alfonso Soriano, Geovany Soto, Ryan Dempster, and more.
Family + Politics + Money + the Cubs = Discomfort.
What would Ron Swanson do to guarantee a Cubs World Series win?
Garza can’t throw to first right now. Lendy Castillo is on the DL, Blake DeWitt is off the 40-man, and Steve Clevenger is swinging the bat pain-free.
How are some of the organization’s statistical leaders doing?
Very few highlights tonight.
It’s “Social Media Night” at Wrigley Field.
If the Cubs decide to shop Dempster, it’s going to be a tricky landscape to navigate.
Italy’s AS Roma and Poland’s Zaglebie Lubin will play on July 22.
Marmol is getting treatment for his strained hamstring, Dale Sveum is still defending his decision, and Robin Ventura refuses to troll us.
Gerardo Concepcion finally has a good start, but Randy Wells continues to struggle at AAA Iowa.
Have I told you lately that I hate the Cardinals?
He’s striking out a ton in A-ball these days.
The Cubs go for a third win in a row, which would be swell.
The 35-year-old reliever was released by the Dodgers yesterday.
With two catchers going down in just a few days, the Nationals will probably be in the catcher market soon.