Watch, swoon, repeat.
Month: February 2014
Obligatory Spring Training blowout. At least Kris Bryant bombed one.
Game Two of the Spring has Chris Rusin and James McDonald getting underway. And Javier Baez is starting at short.
The things you favorite on Twitter? Yeah, they can be seen. By everyone.
You’ll now be able to watch whatever games you want on Saturday if you’ve got MLB.tv or Extra Innings.
Almora is one of the best defensive outfielders, and Soler’s got one of the best outfield arms.
When the Cubs throw back on April 23, they’ll throw down against the Kansas City Packers.
The Cubs dropped their Cubs Park opener in front of a sellout crowd.
Teams scout lots of players in Spring for lots of reasons, though, so don’t get carried away.
A slightly less fake game than yesterday! Cubs Park officially opens up, and the Cactus League kicks off.
Better to know what you are earlier in the year than later, isn’t it?
Also: dog hot dog racing, Trout extending, and a floating stadium.
The Cubs’ starting second baseman has some competition in the form of Emilio Bonifacio.
34 games on the way as the Cubs ramp up for the regular season.
What is Myles looking forward to this year? The Cubs’ performance might not offer enough, but there’s other stuff.
Some good performances, some bad performances. Mostly short performances.
Baseball! Technically baseball!
What did the 2013 season look like for the Cubs on the basepaths?
Under Armour has been a partner for a while, and will be the name sponsor of the complex in Mesa, but not Cubs Park.
With a full rotation and a full bullpen, what will the D-Backs do with the talented young righty who is out of options?
Baseball of sorts is back, so it makes sense to, you know, discuss baseball again.
A little random Twitter fun for the day.
Arodys Vizcaino and Armando Rivero are among the relievers scheduled to throw in today’s intrasquad game.
Cubs Viewmaster and Etch-A-Sketch? Want.
Keep the dream alive! … or something. It’s just a projection, right?
Reports that he’s dropped some weight appear to be very, very accurate.