Folks are already wondering what happens to the full and effective rotation when Matt Garza returns in a few weeks.
Archive for April, 2013
Yet another close game, and yet another win over the Marlins.
Never stop playing the Marlins.
All sides have a collaborative relationship, and Sveum has Epstein and Hoyer’s trust. Also injury updates on Garza, Fujikawa, Vitters and Almora.
Anthony Rizzo went off. And there was much rejoicing.
Scott Feldman’s not going to find a better time to get his season rolling.
Around the League: Jeffrey Loria in Hot Water, Hawk Harrelson on Sabermetrics, and the Yankees’ Money Issues
Loria is very involved, Harrelson is very antiquated, and the Yankees’ austerity plan is very over. (Well, probably, but I wanted to keep the parallelism.)
And, yes, that reduces the amount of money the Cubs have available to spend on the baseball operations side. It’s kind of a bummer.
The two collegiate righties have always made sense for the Cubs. It was just a matter of them showing they are truly elite.
Marmol might be the closer again, but Dale Sveum isn’t telling him if that’s the case.
Dan Vogelbach stole a base! And it wasn’t his first of the year!
Take that, Marlins!
If you want to know what tanking looks like, here’s the lineup that shows you. And, no, I’m not talking about the Cubs.
Would the Cubs take on a troubled reliever on the cheap? And what’s the plan for shopping Darwin Barney this season, if there is one?
The Southport Neighbors Association opposes almost every core aspect of the funding component of the Wrigley deal.
Epstein’s comments are difficult to square with previous things we’ve been told, even if they might be completely legitimate.