If you’re going to apologize, do it right. Do it like a person.
Archive for August, 2013
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.
You need the big money TV deal to help build and sustain a large payroll, but you may need a competitive team to land the big money TV deal in the first place.
Anthony Rizzo didn’t like his stay in the two-hole for the Cubs, but there were a number of good reasons to have him there.
So awesome, in fact, that he was named NL Player of the Week. Also, love for C.J. Edwards.
The Cubs’ AA affiliate is playoff-bound, thanks in part to yet another Javier Baez homer.
The team that was supposed to win won.
The Cubs will try to keep this one under 12 innings.
Bad news for the Mets’ young ace. Yeah, it’s pretty much what you’re thinking, and it sucks.
While he wasn’t the focal point of the Matt Garza trade, the Cubs are undoubtedly very happy to have him.
A deeper look into what exactly the Nationals did with DeJesus last week, and how they pulled it off.
The Dodgers are awfully good at this baseball thing.
The lefty’s ERA sank to 2.64 yesterday. Do we trust it? If so, what’s next for Rusin?
One Cubs farm team has been eliminated from playoff contention.
All bad things must come to an end.
Andrew Cashner is ready. Are the Cubs?