At least one source says the Washington Nationals are already hitting the phones hard in search of pitching.
Month: June 2013
We’ve all seen how well he’s performed on both sides of the ball this year, and the numbers back it up. Plus: the bat flip. The wonderful bat flip.
Many injuries to update and discuss. DeJesus is feeling good, but Soler may not be. And, hey, so *that’s* what’s up with Concepcion.
The Cubs are one of many teams interested in the 26-year-old righty, who could sign soon.
Freeman is a big college bat, and Frazier’s bonus was only slot.
His offensive numbers keep falling while his error totals keep growing. It’s hard to watch.
Some fun on the Fourth of July is coming. Also the scores and performances around the Cubs’ minor league system this weekend.
Lots of positives to focus on today.
Beating the Astros in three is something this Cubs team should be able to do.
This time of year, minor league promotions are common (and fun).
A 3-0 lead vanished with one pitch.
May the bats jump all over Bud Norris for many reasons.
Another veteran at AAA is shipped out to a contender in need of depth.
Lukewarm Stove: Cubs Exchanging Names, Schierholtz Value, Soriano, White Sox, Phillies, Giants, More
The rumor mill churned so much today that a Friday night post was due.
Matt Garza was fantastic. Against the Astros. But fantastic.
Don’t expect the return to be much of note, but a trade’s a trade.
You have run out of time. Kinda. Almost. Sign up NOW.
Interleague action is on tap … whenever the rain stops.
Without Kris Bryant in the fold yet, the Cubs could be, technically, in the danger zone.
Although it’s nothing we didn’t already know, folks tell Buster Olney that the Cubs are ready to sell.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Special Meeting of the Landmarks Commission Scheduled for Next Week
The Cubs reportedly pushed for the meeting, which will include discussion of the Cubs’ proposed changes to Wrigley Field, itself.
Interleague play! Who cares if it’s the Astros, AMIRITE?!
We all know Castro is slumping deeply, but is it because he’s getting worse, or is it something else?
The Arizona Rookie League has started, and we’ve finally got the initial roster, which is loaded with international talent.
Scott Feldman wasn’t great, and the Cubs’ bats were even worse.
Scott Feldman can help the Cubs get a split in St. Louis.