The Cubs have slipped a spot. Or gained a spot.
Month: September 2013
Confirming a lot of things we already believed to be true. Don’t expect a payroll explosion next year.
The two Cubs’ affiliates whose initial playoff series were already underway have already swept.
The Cubs took the flyer after all.
Let’s hope the Shark can chomp on some Fish. I’m clever!
Are the Cubs already scouting the next big Japanese pitcher?
The 37 year-old Korean reliever is coming back from Tommy John surgery, and dominated the minors this year.
The Cubs’ Player and Pitcher of the Month for August, and the Southern League’s Hitter of the Week.
Plus thoughts on the construction of the bullpen going forward, and the Matt Szczur E:60 video.
The Cubs’ minor league playoff contenders are off to a fast start.
So, how about them Marlins?
The Mighty Marlins are back for Round Two.
No huge surprises here, though it will be nice to see Rosscup.
Theo Epstein says the money isn’t there right now for a huge payroll. I think, if we’re honest with ourselves, we probably already knew that.
The stuff says Arrieta should be missing a lot of bats. But he isn’t. What’s up with that?
With the AAA season over, we can expect to see some new (well, relatively new) faces soon.
The regular season in the minor leagues has come to a close.
All the scoring came early, and it didn’t favor the Cubs.
The Marlins come to town only slightly less hot than the Cubs, having won one in a row.
Bard was one of the best relievers in the game between 2009 and 2011, but, since then, he’s completely lost the strike zone.
Winnable series, for the win.
Baez’s performances have become so good that you have to work pretty hard to ground folks.
That’s three Cubs affiliates in the playoffs this year, which is fantastic.
And the Ryno Series goes to the Cubs.
The Ryno Series is up for grabs today.