Most of the Cubs’ farm system was traveling yesterday, so there’s only one game to discuss.
Month: April 2013
In favor of Giancarlo Stanton, who is facing Scott Feldman.
Well, the bullpen didn’t blow it. So there’s that.
The rains have arrived. They are probably going to be gone in time to play baseball today, but it’s likely going to be a delay.
Jed Hoyer made a special trip to Cincinnati to stick up for his manager, and also to discuss the crumminess of the team.
Even in the minors, the signs point toward a DH in the NL. Kyle Hendricks finally had a great start, which should remind you of who Hendricks is.
Jed Hoyer is hopeful that it will delay Garza’s recovery only by a few days. It is understandable if we’re nervous.
Turn back the clocks.
The Stache looks to keep up his hot start, and the Cubs’ “righty” lineup looks to have its first success.
Even as Valbuena continues to produce, it’s hard to see the Cubs benching Stewart.
Nudge, nudge. Win money. Nudge. Have fun. Nudge.
Is it really in jeopardy? Should it be?
If you tinker with his numbers a bit, Wood looks really, REALLY good. But that’s probably true of a lot of folks.
Yes, that says ripples with an “R.” Also, shortstop prospect Arismendy Alcantara is approaching a breakout.
Most. Cubs. Loss. Ever.
The Reds are good at baseball, which could be a problem for the Cubs.
Some executives have advice for Matt Garza, which could bear on his future with the Cubs. Also, one writer says you can take Boston out of the mix for David Price.
If you missed it two weeks ago, or if you didn’t win, here’s your chance at redemption. Get on it.
Folks keep saying “batting .210, batting .210,” but that tells us almost nothing about how good Rizzo has been offensively this year.