Game Two of the Crosstown Classic has the Cubs facing the White Sox ace.
Month: May 2013
They remind folks of their original advertising plan, but say they appreciated the Cubs’ efforts today.
Complex mathematical musings on how unlikely the Cubs’ W/L record is, given their underlying performance.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Cubs Putting Up Mock Outfield Signs for Testing Right Now (PICTURES)
A couple pictures of the mock-up/tests in action.
Appel, Gray, Bryant, Moran. Those are the four college players the Cubs are likely choosing from among. Maybe even as we speak.
The news is good on Almora, at least.
Much to our chagrin, the battle appears to be over. Until they play again, maybe.
The Cubs have a team in Venezuela this year. Did you know that?
Jeff Samardzija was just about as good as it gets tonight. And the Cubs’ bats gave him plenty of support.
Cubs/Sox is here! You may have to work a little extra hard to get excited this year, which is a bummer.
He appeared to tweak it in the outfield, and left the game soon thereafter.
The 25-year-old reliever is a fringy type, of which the Cubs already have many. But they must like him.
What is the fight between the Cubs and Sox really about? Are there “classy” fans and “unclassy” fans?
Baker wants Garza to say whatever he’s got to say to Cueto’s face. I imagine Garza would gladly oblige.
The Crosstown Classic has arrived … and the buzz seems fairly subdued.
If Fujikawa is out for a while, there are at least four interesting AAA relievers who could get a shot with the big team. I know which one I’d like to see.
Garza sticks up for a teammate and offers some great quotes in the process.
It’s Memorial Day, which means something. Also: recapping this weekend’s Cubs minor league action.
A four-run comeback on the road? Whoa. Who are these guys?
Garza versus Cueto is a pretty nice Sunday matchup.
An update on the Cubs’ minor league teams AND baseball book/movie recommendations? Nice.
After visiting with Jonathan Gray, the Cubs have very likely done the same with Mark Appel and Kris Bryant.
All good things come to an end.
The Cubs need Travis Wood to put together his 10th straight quality start.
The former White Sox/Marlins manager says he’d gladly consider it. Would you?
Are the 2013 Chicago Cubs toast like the residents of Alderaan?