Travis Wood still doesn’t have 10 wins. Great stat.
Month: September 2013
Complaints, a meeting, an apology … and a release?
An exciting comeback became an ugly loss.
The Cubs and Braves are underway.
Boo on both counts, but a little more uneasiness on the second one.
He’ll be examined further later today.
Now the Cubs get to face a good team.
Well, a four-game sweep is on the line today in Milwaukee. Probably a fair bit of pride, too.
A couple of whom might skip straight to rookie ball by next year.
No, not exactly. There’s still hope for the renovation this year, but the ice rink was an early decision.
Although the front office won’t yet guarantee his return in 2014, Sveum knows evaluation is just part of the process.
The game ended early.
Still trying to win one in this series.
The Cubs’ President of Baseball Operations reiterates the smaller ticket approach, and addresses other topics.
A look at ten of the Cubs’ top prospects in 2013.
Another (non)fight in the Cubs’ dugout last night, making that two in two days.
Jeff Samardzija was mostly good, but it mostly didn’t matter.
Jeff Samardzija needs a good start. Just does.
Advanced defensive metrics aren’t flawless, but right now, they’re loving three Cubs.
The dispute didn’t really have the same cachet as dugout battles of yore.
The Cubs lose comfortably.
The battle for the bottom of the NL Central is resumed. Or is it exhumed? Ba-dum-ching.
Does Girardi’s impending free agency mean anything to the Cubs? Should it?
We know about his incredible performance this year, but how was his effort/learning/etc.? Yup: more good stuff.
For the Cubs, how is it evaluated?
The Pirates take the series, but at least the Cubs weren’t no-hit.