The Cubs did some un-Lee things to Cliff Lee.
Month: August 2013
Cliff Lee won’t walk you much, so you’ve gotta swing the bat.
Javier Baez was an obvious selection, and so was Kyle Hendricks.
A comeback for the Phillies, or a collapse by the Cubs.
Was the David DeJesus trade indicative of some serious money troubles?
I don’t know if you’ve heard, but the Phillies come to Wrigley today.
The Astros are going to be the most profitable team in baseball history? Um, not so much.
What’s going on in Wrigley Field talks right now?
It’s the Ryne Sandberg series. Pretty much.
Sandberg returns as a manager, but not of the Cubs.
The Arizona Rookie League has come to a close, with at least a couple names to watch.
I was invited to visit Make-A-Wish last week, where they offered many thanks to you.
How would the Cubs have to perform over the final month to fall out of the bottom ten and lose their protected pick?
I might start this year.
Dale Sveum still considers it a big issue with this team – and he’s right. It is.
The Cubs’ organization has another playoff team.
Never had a chance today.
The Cubs took down the mighty Clayton Kershaw last night, so today should be cake.
A big rundown of the latest rumors as we approach the end of August.
If you haven’t played before, now’s the time to sign up.
If you’re going to apologize, do it right. Do it like a person.
Javier Baez and Kris Bryant, for example, could see time at positions other than their currently regular spots.
BA’s Jim Callis is now MLB.com’s Jim Callis.
No, that is not a typo. The Cubs actually beat Clayton Kershaw.
Clayton Kershaw is so very good.
Can’t. Stifle. Irrational. Prospect. Excitement.