A whole bunch of season ticket holders are now former season ticket holders.
Month: October 2012
The Cubs are polling fans/community members about possible changes to start times on the weekends.
The lack of plate discipline organization-wide was one of the biggest shocks to Epstein in taking over the Cubs.
The Marlins are rumored to be selling off pitching. Should the – would the – Cubs come calling?
Another lottery ticket for the Cubs. High upside, but plenty of risk.
The next frontier in blogging … which was a new frontier a decade ago. But we’re there! Finally!
There were bright spots to 2012, and we’ll look for more in 2013. But competitiveness still feels far off.
Things started out well for the Cubs’ prospects in the Arizona Fall League, but their performances have trailed off a bit.
A run-down on today’s scouting moves.
An embarrassing organization keeps on embarrassing.
A flurry of organizational moves.
The most well-known Cubs prospect in 2012, and one of the least well-known.
The Cards become the first team to lose an NLCS after leading 3-1 since … um … I forget.
The definition of SCardenfreude.
An 18-year-old fireballer becoming a free agent? Sounds perfect for the Cubs, right? Maybe not.
It turns out it’s a fairly complicated question to answer. And the answer appears to be “yes and no.”
Andre Dawson had a better idea for that State Farm commercial with Kerry Wood.
After all of that waiting, it sounds like the story will end with no ending.
A sort-of-out-of-the-box suggestion. The Ricketts family is praised, James Russell is evaluated, and Ryne Sandberg is profiled.
Magadan has been hired instead by the Texas Rangers, according to a report.
No surprise on Woody, and probably not on the other two, either.
A big hitter with a great name, and a guy who threw a no-hitter with two first names.
The versatile prospect destroyed the Northwest League, and is now getting some time behind the plate. Bob Brenly has a new job, and the Tribune is paywallin’.
Alfonso Soriano is resistent to DH’ing, and the Cubs “will shop” Matt Garza when he shows he’s healthy.
It’s still a sad day, and it’s time to start thinking about who’s next.
A number of Cubs players are heading out for Winter ball, giving us some baseball action deep into December. Also, an early look at 2013 Draft bonus pools.