“The guy has swung the bat better than anybody in camp …. The guy’s always hit …. The guy’s a big league hitter.”
Archive for March, 2013
Next to the big trio, who might be a guy to watch this year for the Cubs? Also: you can share your thoughts on the Wrigley renovation at a community meeting today.
That’s just an old-fashioned whooping.
Theo Epstein Offers Thoughts on the Wrigley Renovation and the Cubs’ Financial Future, Applies Some Pressure
“It’s politics and there’s money and influence involved, so there’s going to be a rollercoaster.”
Today’s game is on CSN, the first CSN broadcast of the Spring.
The Brewers’ rotation just got a lot better, though Lohse is a regression candidate.
Other than the obvious Mr. Vogelbach, how is the Cubs’ organizational depth at first base? And dare I even ask about catcher?
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Is the Ricketts Family Just Trying to Put the Rooftops Out of Business?
According to the Tribune, the Ricketts Family previously tried to buy a 50% stake in several of the rooftop buildings.
What’s the latest on all the injuries, and when can we hope to see these players back?
None of Takahashi, Wade or Putnam is going to offer much future trade value, but is that part of the calculus when picking one for the team?
Over .500! Hooray Spring Training!
The Yankees could actually be taking on a bunch of salary in the deal, too.
The righty wasn’t expected to make the pen, since he could be freely optioned.
He could miss as much as the first half of the season.
Today’s game is on MLB.tv and WGN Radio, though you can catch a replay on MLBN tomorrow morning.
One of the Cubs’ most tenured players turns 23 today. Scott Baker gets evaluated, Casey Coleman gets bummed, and David Haugh gets argumentative.
The Cubs came back today, and have climbed back to .500 on the Spring.
Double WGN for your pleasure: television and radio today.
The 33-year-old starter is set to now be a free agent, and looks like he might actually be able to contribute this year, but would either side see a fit?
It must be the end of Spring Training, because the narrative is getting crazy.