The Blackhawks’ victory and the ensuing celebration has many Cubs folks wondering what it would be like …
Month: June 2013
What do you know? That’s another series win.
Alfonso Soriano is back in left field thanks to the Ryan Sweeney injury. Trickle down, man.
Another quality center fielder meets another well-built wall. Le sigh.
Luke schools you on wOBA, catches you up on minor league doings, and presents one of the greatest bat stories (and mysteries) you’ll read.
Parker recorded his first big league save last night, but Russell never-ever-ever records saves!
Do the home run and good starting pitching thing again tonight. Not the other stuff.
Tons to explore on the last Saturday of June.
When the DH goes away next week, things are going to get tricky. When David DeJesus comes back after that, things are going to get impossible.
Travis Wood, good. Bullpen, bad.
The Cubs have scouts in attendance in Mexico, but so do many other teams. It looks like Gonzalez is going to be very expensive.
A Friday night episode of the podcast? Sure, why not. So much to discuss!
Another good pitching match up tonight.
The Cubs’ fourth outfielder extraordinaire has become a quality piece in center field, and it isn’t smoke and mirrors.
And if an extension is not a possibility, then a trade is a virtual lock.
Andreoli, Rademacher, and Encarnacion are all moving up the ladder, and all three are interesting guys to watch.
This week, it’s been hard to avoid the trade rumors, which can’t be easy on players like Matt Garza.
The Cubs head out West, but there’s no Felix Hernandez on the slate. That doesn’t mean the Cubs won’t face a Cy Young contender.
Were he made available, every team in baseball would probably like a crack at acquiring Samardzija.
The Cubs have a team in Venezuela this year, and some of the youngsters are tearing it up.
The controversial outfield signs will not be decided upon until July 11th, but this is another step in the right direction.
Matt Garza had himself a game.
So much on the rumor mill that a mid-game update was required. And, at that game, there are plenty of scouts watching Matt Garza.
Matt Garza takes the mound today, and hopefully takes the Brewers apart.
It will be at least four to six weeks before he can resume baseball activity at all.