A photo making the rounds suggests the new sign would drastically block views. Is the picture really worth the thousand words I spend on it?
Month: October 2013
Sudden and surprising. Some Bullets on the minor league system in the interim.
Dioner Navarro is likely the Cubs’ most notable free agent, which says something about the roster.
Their third in ten years, and the anticipation – and expectations – in Chicago will only grow.
Is Brad Ausmus now actually, legitimately in the picture? And why did Eric Wedge leave the Mariners, anyway?
Cardenas stopped playing baseball after his 2012 season with the Cubs, and he explains why.
An Indians minor league affiliate takes on an awesome new moniker, and I wonder how the Cubs might keep up.
After reviewing the numbers, those are the only logical conclusions.
The two sides are reportedly still very far apart, and meeting in the middle might not be possible this offseason.
They’ll play in the “Fall Stars” game this Saturday on MLB Network.
A 3-1 win in St. Louis last night has the Red Sox going home with two chances to win it all.
Tanaka could be the Cubs’ “top priority,” but what will the process of landing him actually look like?
Plus an interview transcript with Lovullo that might help you see why the Cubs are content to wait.
Commissioner Bud Selig isn’t ready to say that the NL will never get the designated hitter.
It’s always been a plausible solution, but it hasn’t been publicly discussed too much. Perhaps it’s been discussed privately, though.
The Cardinals won last night on a walk-off obstruction call. Only in St. Louis.
You know Darwin Barney is one of ’em, but who’s the other?
A couple more links from the Cubs to Jacoby Ellsbury, who’ll cost a pretty penny.
Former Mariners and Indians manager Eric Wedge might be the newest candidate in the Cubs’ search.
The second best sports venue in the country, according to Rolling Stone, and the best ballpark.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Mayor Says Cubs and Rooftops Are Talking, Plus the First Lawsuit
No, it isn’t the rooftops suing just yet. This suit is about the planned hotel. But at least the Cubs and rooftops are talking. Probably.
More (estimated) details on Cubs revenues and revenue-sharing, too.
Was Jon Lester using a foreign substance? Some folks think so. To me, it seems pretty crazy.
After a few concerning weeks, the amusement tax will reportedly stay the same. Loads on the Cubs’ prospects in the AFL, too.
It’s quite a major award for the skinny hurler after a dominant 2013 season.
Although the Cubs can’t make any announcements this week (World Series), the process continues.