Concerns arose earlier this year, apparently. The search for a new manager starts tomorrow.
Month: September 2013
“I believe Dale, who felt the weight of losing perhaps more than any of us, will grow because of this experience and find excellence elsewhere.”
Two years into a three-year deal, the Cubs decided it was time to part ways.
Decisions are expected this morning, and announcements could come later in the day.
It’s not easy to get a useful piece of the Rule 5 Draft these days, but the Cubs may have pulled it off.
With an expiring contract and a family, Girardi is weighing a lot of options.
Ending with a whimper.
The end of the 2013 season has arrived.
You’re about to run out of time.
Your one-liner for the 2013 Chicago Cubs season, unfortunately.
Not a great ending to Edwin Jackson’s debut season with the Cubs.
Only two left, folks.
Get in while the gettin’ is still get-able.
The anticipation builds. There may be no easy decisions here.
Although attendance is flagging, folks will come back when the winning starts back up.
The Cardinals didn’t have to put up much of a fight to clinch the Central.
The final series gets underway in St. Louis.
Talking is very different from hiring, but it’s not nothing. What exactly does it mean? Let’s discuss.
Shocking: the early asking prices for the biggest names are quite large.
Are the tea leaves starting to point toward a change?
So much to talk about without ever really knowing what’s the right answer.
All recent signals have pointed to no serious work at Wrigley Field this offseason, despite the existence of an agreement with the Mayor to proceed with a $500 million renovation and development plan, and City Council approval of the same. Not only did the grinding Chicago political process take its toll on the Cubs’ preferred […]
Satisfy your urge to compete without hurting yourself.
There are six last place teams in baseball. Are the Cubs in the best position for a turnaround?
The final series of the year is here. Would be nice if there were more implications, given the opponent.
A transition plan will soon be in place, and the sport will see new leadership for the first time in over two decades.