Ryne Sandberg and … Sammy Sosa come in for some love from Wood.
Month: September 2012
The Cubs and Rockies square off this week with surprisingly existent implications.
At least Alfonso Soriano continues to rake.
A series win is on the line today.
Carlos Marmol’s save streak ended.
The Cubs took a chip out of the Cardinals’ Wild Card lead last night.
Barney’s errorless streak was saved by the Cubs’ first baseman.
Ah, the Cards can’t feel too good about that one.
It’s never fun to lose to the Cardinals. So, don’t.
The increase would directly hit the pockets of Cubs fans, and the Cubs’ owners.
The Cubs seem to suffer from mental lapses every few days.
Let’s have some fun this weekend, and win some scratch.
The all-bench lineup proved mightier than the sword. Not that the Cubs really have a sword.
Another chance to see Jason Berken.
The potential is there for the Cubs to have a quality regular behind the plate next year.
The Cubs’ President offers insight on the development process, in light of the Cubs’ switch in affiliations.
According to Ricketts, that is. Darwin Barney already has Gold Glove support, Chris Rusin might not have Dale Sveum’s support, and Alfonso Soriano supports development.
Don’t call it a comeback. No, seriously, don’t – because the Cubs lost after their sort-of-comeback.
Maybe Brandon Phillips will make a couple errors.
Some of the organization’s top prospects will now be just 45 miles west of Chicago.
The Cubs will not break the 3 million mark for the first time since 2003.
“I’ve been too busy winning,” says Phillips. Also: The Cubs re-up with Daytona and are getting a new workout facility there, too.
The Cubs’ Low-A affiliation is expected to change to Kane County.
A three-run double did the damage.
You’re running out of opportunities to play in these – folks are always happy when they do, and this could be the last one of the year.
Justin Germano keeps pitching for his roster spot.