Scott Baker makes his Cubs debut today.
Month: September 2013
The Cubs’ three playoff affiliates are all still alive. And two of them are a win away from a championship.
One bad inning dragged him down yesterday, and the bulk of the damage came on walks and a hitter’s count.
Jake Arrieta goes today.
Lake had a great game yesterday, and so did one of the Cubs’ minor league affiliates.
Offense, for the win.
Chris Rusin looks to keep it up.
The Cubs still can’t say when the sign is actually going up, though.
The Pirates won’t be losers this year for the first time in 21 seasons. Now how do you feel about five years of Cubs struggles?
When your team isn’t very good, what is there to watch in September? Also: other stuff.
The 31-year-old righty has been coming back from Tommy John surgery and a subsequent setback.
Another tough test makes its way to Wrigley.
According to rankings that take into account things like minor league system, finances, management, and more, the Cubs are set up well.
The Smokies dropped their opening playoff game, but the Daytona Cubs keep cruising.
The Sheffield Patio Deck solution thingy sounds like it won’t be happening.
Nudge, nudge, my friends.
The Cubs have slipped a spot. Or gained a spot.
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.