It hasn’t been his best spot in the lineup, but it probably makes the most sense.
Archive for February, 2013
Hooray, 2-0! Or something like that.
Would Soriano even accept a trade to the Yankees if such an opportunity arose?
It’s Spring Game Number Two, and it’s the home opener for the Cubs. The last home opener at HoHoKam Park.
If the flashes Jackson has shown so far this year – and it’s waaaay early – are indicative of his swing change, things could be looking up.
Awwww, yeeeee-ah. Time for irrational exuberance.
Spring Training games are here!
He came up slightly lame in Thursday’s intrasquad game, and the strain is a bit worse than originally thought.
The Cubs may be willing to take more low strikes this year.
The Cubs took down the Cubs today, thanks to a walk-off homer from Edwin Maysonet.
Ian Stewart and Josh Vitters were going to be playing today, but sore quads have them both out.
He’s focused on preparing for the regular season, and it doesn’t yet sound like there’s a serious risk of him missing time.
A number of changes are designed to rid the secondary market of those ultra-cheap tickets.
Clothes? Tattoo? Decorations in your office? Pfft. That’s nothing. Try getting a Cubs logo on your eye.
It wasn’t that long ago that James Russell came out of nowhere in the Spring to make the Cubs’ big league team.
It took just five innings for the vets to lay it on the kids. So much for pitchers being ahead of hitters. (Bonus video of Starlin Castro robbing Javier Baez.)
Soler just drilled a BOMB.
Tom Ricketts essentially says that payroll in the $130 to $140 million range won’t be sustainable until the renovation and TV deal are done.
Alfonso Soriano is one of the most discussed trade names right now, but that doesn’t mean he’s going anywhere before July.
Video of the Cubs’ top prospect in the cage, as well as new video on Brett Jackson and Jorge Soler.