The weather ain’t looking good for today’s game, either. But they’ll try and make this one happen.
Month: April 2013
Doing so could afford the Cubs significant federal tax credits during the renovation process.
The Cubs aren’t interested in re-signing Big Z, even if it would be lulz-tastic.
No, he didn’t take a bunch of walks, but he did have three hits, including a bomb.
Fear The Stache. You know the Rangers do. Hopefully the weather allows this one.
I wish it was more than just a friendly visit. Not because I think Z’s got much left in the tank, but the story would be entertaining as hell.
At least one pundit takes a stab at projecting where Price will land if he’s traded, and he’s got the Cubs on top.
Epstein also says that payroll will go back up commensurate with the coming increase in revenues. The Cubs are being pretty clear about their financial plans.
The Wrigley renovation deal is done, the Cubs’ bullpen is in shambles, and Sahadev covers covering the beat.
He’ll pitch a couple innings, and this schedule could have him back to the Cubs in mid-May.
That’s how Darwin Barney described Craig Gentry’s diving catch last night to end the game.
Daytona gave up 27 hits yesterday. Yo.
The Cubs were within inches, once again, of coming back.
Lefty versus lefty tonight, though I’ll take the Rangers’ version of the mostly-righty lineup over the Cubs’ version.
A flurry of roster moves today, as the Cubs import some new faces and boot some short-lived ones.
Lukewarm Stove: Teams Remain Interested in Matt Garza – What Are the Next Few Months Going to Look Like?
We know that, if healthy, Garza is returning to the Cubs in a few weeks. But … then what?
Get ready to like Lance Berkman even more than you already do.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Reactions from a Variety of Quarters, Including Rooftops and Tunney
For the most part, everyone’s positive after yesterday’s Wrigley renovation deal.
Interleague play is here, as the Rangers come to Wrigley Field.
Before you fly off the handle, dig through the bullpen. You’ll start to see that it’s not like Sveum has a ton of great options right now.
We’re without our Minor League man, so I’ll do my best to get you the gist.
The full Cubs plan is explored and explained, together with a look at where things stand. This includes new details.
An agreement has been reached, but I reckon folks have a whole lot of questions.
A quick and dirty take on just how we should interpret various Cubs minor league numbers.
The Steve Clevenger injury is awful for the player, but what about the team? Also: more on yesterday’s debacle.
The framework is announced and in place, and a press conference is likely coming later today.