Are the tea leaves starting to point toward a change?
Month: September 2013
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.
Some of the biggest ticket items don’t make sense, but Tanaka certainly does. How does the Cubs’ financial situation play a role in his pursuit?
A decision on Sveum’s future is likely on Monday, and a whole lot of people are talking about the Cubs’ managerial future.
One will pick fourth next year, and one will pick fifth.
The 2013 mark was the lowest in 15 years, and was the 5th straight year of decline.
Closing out the home slate with a win. Farewell for this year, Wrigley.
The home finale has arrived.
These contests are fun, and easy. And it helps BN when you sign up.
No more taxi squad for Almora. Darvill is a 22-year-old utility prospect.
The Cubs notched their 50th loss of the season at home last night, and Dale Sveum has some thoughts.
Bullpen night didn’t do so well.
Chris Rusin with his final audition tape for 2013.
Checking the remaining schedules and the teams around the Cubs, finishing with the fourth worst record seems likely.