It still needs formal approval in November, but that is widely expected. Get ready for “challenges.”
Archive for August, 2013
The Cubs are currently tied for the fourth worst record in baseball.
Where might we see which prospects when? Did that make sense?
The hard-throwing righty will get something of an extended audition with the Cubs.
Is it realistic to think Bryant could break camp with the Cubs next year? I really don’t think so.
A top prospect pulls off the feat. Also, a craft beer festival at Kane County.
Another shutout at home. That’s a sweep for the Reds.
Chris Rusin tries to keep his good season rolling, and the Cubs look to avoid the sweep.
The Cubs spent a lot internationally, but haven’t spent much on payroll. Are those things really all that related?
Fortunately it is his non-throwing elbow, and it will not require surgery.
There are only a few weeks left, so it’s not a huge surprise. Soler could still play in the Fall.
The Cubs will soon discuss who’s coming up, but there might not be a ton to discuss.
Kris Bryant and Dan Vogelback arrived in Daytona yesterday, and immediately did what they do.
A few homers and a generally nice game by the bullpen weren’t enough.
Jeff Samardzija could use a bounce-back game. Also, Junior Lake back in center field.
Interesting bits from around baseball.
Many teams look fantastic, and fascinating. The Cubs are not one of those teams.
Yesterday’s discussion focused on Lake as a left fielder, but last night he started in center. How does that change things?
He’s joining Kris Bryant for the stretch run. It’s a prospect-heavy set of Bullets today …