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Month: May 2013
Darwin Barney never had a chance, and the Cubs lost a great opportunity to tie the game.
Matt Harvey did Matt Harvey things, and the Cubs did “Cubes” things.
The next young star is on the mound for the Mets today, and we’ll see how he looks.
David Price has a triceps issue, which means the Cubs can trade for him for even cheaper, right?! Not exactly.
The final installment in a fun, random stroll down memory lane. Funny names abound …
The Matt Harveys face the Cubs today, but I’m not sure who’s playing the other two games.
Garza believes he’s ready to go, but he knows the Cubs will ultimately make the decision. Also, more on the DePaul arena project and the relation to the Cubs.
Where is Hayden Simpson now? Also the scores and highlights from yesterday’s Cubs minor league action.
Six innings of shutout ball and 75 pitches. The big question now: is he ready to return?
Baseball reasons to see this weekend’s games, and decidedly un-baseball reasons. All of them fun.
Everyone is still projecting the Cubs to take Appel/Gray at number two, but third baseman Kris Bryant is becoming more intriguing.
The Cubs are reportedly planning to add a fifth gate at Wrigley, this one next to the proposed plaza.
With last night’s win, the Cubs are now a few percentage points ahead of the Brewers in the NL Central.
Cubs pitching prospect Tayler Scott may not have the traditional numbers, but he keeps getting results.
Another series win for the suddenly hot Cubs. Neat.
I made a mistake today, and you deserve to hear my explanation and mea culpa.
The Cubs are going for the series win tonight with Jeff Samardzija on the hill. And Luis Valbuena is back!
Overheard: Carlos Marmol “Can’t Wait” to Get Out of Chicago (UPDATE: Marmol Denies, Says Happy to Be in Chicago)
A BN’er says he just overheard a conversation between Marmol and his agents.
The Orioles are desperately searching for a frontline starting pitcher … how about Matt Garza? Not interested, apparently.
Slow and steady(?) for Vizcaino, mostly quiet for Baker, and speedy for Lim.
We might get to see Zambrano face the Cubs this year after all.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Community May Now Be Resigning Itself to the Night Game Increase
At least one community leader who had previously opposed the increase now says it’s time to make lemonade out of lemons.
Instead of going the other way, Barney is being encouraged to use his pull-side power more frequently.
How to keep track of all of the Cubs’ minor league teams, players, games, etc.