Matt Garza looked great. That is all.
Month: May 2013
Matt Garza is back. Get ready.
The Cubs now have 10 days to trade, waive, or release the 26-year-old righty.
The 24-year-old righty was excellent in 2011 before falling off over the last two years.
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Could it be that the organization still believes Vitters is the long-term answer at third base?
What exactly are we looking for from Matt Garza over the next couple months? What’s coming for Starlin Castro? And what’s up with David Price’s arm?
Watch out, Pittsburgh. Matt Garza’s coming for you. Also other Cubs.
There is still plenty of time, and plenty of good indicators, including the most important ones at this point in his development.
Albert Almora is coming back, and a number of prospects are heating up.
The Cubs’ 2012 first round pick is recovering from a wrist injury, and appears good to go.
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With Matt Garza and Scott Feldman surely on the block, the Cubs could be in the catbird seat in a weak market. Also, more on David Price’s injury/trade situation.
You have questions, and I have answers. Whether column B actually pairs to column A, well, that’s what we’ll find out.
Stewart finally discusses what happened when he was formally demoted to Iowa.
As he demonstrated on a hanging changeup yesterday, it isn’t large. Otherwise, he’s quite good. Also an update on pitching prospect Josh Conway.
Only the jumbo pork tenderloin in Iowa is recognized as a competitor in a MiLB food contest. Come on, other Cubs teams. Also: your weekend update.
Why not? We’ll see what happens.
Instead of playing disabled list games with Hector Rondon or releasing Shawn Camp.
Travis Wood had an overall good day, but it wasn’t enough.
Going for the series win behind the most consistent starter in baseball this season so far.
Checking in on some of the less heralded Cubs prospects on the season (plus Dan Vogelbach).
With Matt Garza returning and Scott Feldman/Travis Wood dominating, could the Cubs claim to have the best starting five in baseball?
Scott Feldman with another great start, and the Cubs’ bats went off.
He’ll start Tuesday against the Pirates. Hooray for the long-awaited return.