Ken Rosenthal is on the Alfonso Soriano bandwagon. Sort of.
Month: September 2012
God help me, I’m already excited.
Alf had some fun with the few fans that stuck around last night. Dave Sappelt gets a nod, Bryan LaHair gets a shove, and you get a solicitation.
Offense is in short supply when you sit around for a few hours, I guess.
Still poor, poor Pirates.
The “plan” remains very much in place, and it could mean pain – for fans, for the Ricketts family – in 2013. The fruits would be worth it, though.
Jorge Soler is just one of many big names who’ll be participating in instructionals for the Cubs.
Dale Sveum is focused on Vitters’ defensive issues, despite the .366 OPS. Jeff Samardzija is adjusting, Jaye Chapman is starring, and Alfonso Soriano is aging (well).
Another chance to make the Pirates miserable.
Dale Sveum compliments(?) yesterday’s starter. Shawn Camp still MVP’ing, Jorge Soler hitting, and Darwin Barney catching.
So close. Nice try, Mr. Hanrahan.
Those poor, poor Pirates.
Junior Lake remains a mystery, Starlin Castro changes his approach, and Albert Almora comes to Wrigley Field.
The Pirates must really, really hate the Cubs these days.
It could all end for the Pirates this weekend.
The last time around was pretty fun.
How to get Jeff Samardzija with a Gatorade shower. Starlin Castro won’t change, CubsCon dates, and the final long homestand of the year.
A possible pitching target for the Cubs this offseason? Also, the usual rundown of rumors …
The new schedule’s increasing unbalance within and out of division could prove a boon to the Cubs.
The final decisions on Low-A and High-A are forthcoming. Dave Sappelt, Travis Wood, and Carlos Marmol are all playing well.
Take that, Astros!
A little more interleague play, a little less White Sox, and a tough close to the season.
This is of particular interest because 2013 is the first season with 15 teams in each league.
Was it Castro’s fault that he didn’t score last night when Dave Sappelt was thrown out at third?