The Boise Hawks are down 0-1 in the Northwest League Championship Series.
Month: September 2012
I’d rather see some fight on the scoreboard.
At long last, the series ends.
Players will want to come to Chicago, DeRosa says. The only question is when the Cubs will be willing to spend money on them.
The Cubs continue to mine the undrafted depths for diamonds, even months after the Draft.
You wouldn’t like him when he’s angry. The young guys are struggling, Alfonso Soriano has some huge numbers, and a little prospect chatter.
Celebrate a Cubs* playoff victory!
The unstoppable force won.
The unstoppable force meets the immovable object.
He not only put up a huge line at Peoria, but has so far adjusted well to completely new surroundings.
Silly joke, or legitimate discussion?
Jed Hoyer breaks the bad news to Greenberg and Matt Liston, who is undeterred. More discussing of Jeff Samardzija’s shutdown plan, and of Arismendy Alcantara’s injury.
The Peoria Chiefs’ season was fairly middle-of-the-road … when they were at their best.
The young pitchers got their butts kicked.
Chris Rusin will try to duplicate the success of his first ML start, but perhaps a little longer this time.
Castro’s numbers in August didn’t look great, but his hitting coach – and the numbers behind the numbers – say he improved dramatically.
The former Chicago Cub would like the chance to step back into the batter’s box just one more time.
How have the Nats become the powerhouse that they are? And how can the Cubs duplicate it?
The AA season is a wrap, with a winning record, but no playoff appearance.
Poor Jeff Samardzija.
A couple of teams with nearly perfectly inverted records.
Dale Sveum suggests that he is, but there are many months before next April. Chris Bosio blames Koyie Hill for the Cubs’ woes. Probably.
The Daytona Cubs probably should have been a lot better than they actually were.
The Cubs came back only to lose it in the 9th.
Matt Cain follows up on Tim Lincecum’s effort yesterday. Both came into the series quite hot.
Will the call-ups get many starts? What about when the Cubs are playing a playoff contender? Also: David DeJesus is the man.