Soriano is understandably frustrated by the losses piling up.
Month: May 2013
By one advanced measure, the Cubs have been the unluckiest team in baseball by a good stretch.
Seeing a lot of the Reds in the early going this year.
That’s Dale Sveum’s explanation for Edwin Jackson’s periodic struggles. I’m not quite sure what he means.
The Iowa Cubs and Tennessee Smokies are trying to help out their brethren from Oklahoma. Also yesterday’s scores and highlights.
Fun awaits you, my friends.
That’s a bad sweep, folks.
Early baseball! Edwin Jackson! Avoid the sweep! Loud noises!
Why it’s a lot tougher to sell guys for value now than you might think, even if they offer their new team more starts in 2013.
Epstein, Hoyer, McLeod, Madison all in attendance. Due diligence is reaching its final stages.
It turns out the Cubs might not have done it if they’d known the extent of Shawn Camp’s injury.
Each of The Big Three were in action yesterday, finally, and each had a notable performance. Also: looking ahead to the second round of the Draft.
Doesn’t matter if you hold them to one. Can’t win if you don’t score.
Jeff Samardzija has feasted on the Pirates of late. Here’s hoping that continues.
Also pitch count debates, Mariano Rivera’s ridiculousness, increased shifting in baseball, and so much more.
This, despite the fact that the Cubs knew about the injury this weekend.
The $300 BN Fantasy Contest is coming in a couple days, and I’m ready to roll.
Even if Garza is healthy and effective, we can’t ignore the fact that, in a trade, he’s a pure rental.
Although last night’s game was exceptional, Barney is actually putting together a great offensive stretch. Consider the possibilities …