Nothing comforts you after an exhausting MLB investigation quite like a 25-foot climbing wall in the shape of a can of Mountain Dew.
Month: March 2013
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Likely Feeling Some Heat, Alderman Tunney Responds (UPDATE: Cubs, Too)
Tunney says the “destroy the scoreboard” plan was actually just a “move the scoreboard” plan, and it was rejected.
It’s the second installment of BN’er Myles’ humorous take on Cubs history. “Sex” appears no fewer than three times.
BN Podcast Episode 21: Everything is Depressing, Guys Are Injured, and the Cubs Should Stay in Wrigley
Sahadev can’t help but keep bringing us down. At least it was funny.
“Put it in centerfield,” Tunney reportedly said of a new videoboard. “Make it as big as you want.”
The site is tentatively back up after a long rehabilitation process. Hopefully there are no more setbacks.
Dore is a 21-year-old outfielder who hasn’t yet played above A-ball.
Today’s lineup is the Opening Day lineup, complete with Luis Valbuena at third base.
The Yankees’ outfield continues to evolve, and Carlos Marmol tries avoid even hearing about trade rumors.
Baker’s MRI turned up fluid and inflammation, and Stewart can’t run right now. Hooray injuries!
When the new CBA changed the way international free agents were signed, an international draft felt like it was coming. Now it probably is. Soon.
The Mayor of Rosemont has offered land to the Cubs to move out of Chicago, but it doesn’t sound like anyone is taking the offer seriously.
Catching up on Matt Garza, Scott Baker, and Ian Stewart injuries. Plus Jorge Soler’s words of wisdom from Alfonso Soriano.
Edwin Jackson had a smooth start, and Dave Sappelt and Brent Lillibridge provided the offense.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: The “Threat to Move” is on the Table, Courtesy of Dave Kaplan and Rosemont
Root, root, root for the Rosemont Cubs. Does anyone believe that the Cubs would actually abandon Wrigley Field?
At first he felt fine following his Cactus League outing yesterday, but now now so much.
The Cubs are off to Peoria to take on the Padres, and it could be the last time we “see” Jorge Soler and Javier Baez.
According to Baseball America’s Ben Badler, who describes Rivero as a possible future middle reliever on the Cubs.
Myles Phelps shares his interesting and humorous take on some of the biggest stories in the Cubs’ many years.
Jeff Samardzija Extension Talks: Hit a Snag, or Status Quo? Samardzija Reportedly Turns Down Large Offer
According to Jon Heyman, Samardzija and the Cubs are far apart in any talks because of a recent rejection, but Samardzija says there’s nothing new to report.
The two pitchers were overslot draftees with health concerns back in 2011.
It’s just frustrating at this point. Stewart hasn’t played in a real game all Spring, and last took at bats in a minor league game on Thursday.
Scott Baker’s return to game action – well, Cactus League – didn’t have great results. But are we worried? Goodness, no.
Scott Baker gets his first Cactus League start (on TV), and Javier Baez tries to do it again.
We’ll still see some of Soler and Baez, though.
Jackson is recovering from a sore shoulder, and Stewart is continuing to recover from a strained quad.