I can’t say I expected the Cubs to be going for a sweep in this one, but, here we are.
Month: June 2012
Soon, Wells could be gone completely.
Visiting teams continue to notice just how small, and antiquated the facilities at Wrigley Field are when compared to others around the league.
“It’s fun to joke about.”
After last night’s ugly start, Wells is probably out of the rotation. But then what? Also, RizzoRizzoRizzoRizzoRizzo…
Now that Anthony Rizzo is in the bigs, on whom do we toss all of our hopes and expectations?
Absolutely nothing of interest is happening in this game tonight.
Anthony Rizzo Cannot Fly, Does Not Shoot Lasers Out of His Eyes, Will Not Retroactively Save the Titanic
It’s OK to be excited about finally getting to see the Cubs’ top prospect, but for his good – and your own – keep those expectations in check.
Paul Sullivan says Sveum “needs to be a little more forthcoming with the media when it comes to dispensing information.”
McNeil’s bonus is expected to be right around slot.
Anthony Rizzo offers his first awesome quote. Alfonso Soriano talks batting order, Ryan Dempster will miss another start, and Dale Sveum has noticed Brett Jackson’s strikeouts.
Baez made a barehanded play yesterday, and was promptly removed from his game.
The utility player will return to AAA where he’ll probably draw quite a few more starts.
The Mets kicked the ball around enough for the Cubs to win even if Travis Wood hadn’t been great. But he was.
The Cubs face yet another lefty tonight, Johan Santana.
Byrd was recently released by the Red Sox.
By all accounts, he’s on his way to Chicago.
Dempster is recovering well, and could be ready to go when his DL stint is up this weekend.