Welington Castillo makes literal what Cubs fans felt metaphorically.
Month: March 2014
Not the way you want to see a season start.
The pitching staff, in particular, is really intriguing.
The first game of the Ricky Renteria era, and it looks like he might have been a little short-handed.
Your last chance to join in on today’s fun and try to win a little something.
One metric projects trouble for the Cubs in a way we might not be able to see. Just what the Cubs need.
The first series of the year has the Cubs once again heading to Pittsburgh. Here’s what you need to know.
Hopeful is probably too strong of a word. Interested? Excited? I think I could go as far as excited.
A whole lot happened in advance of Opening Day today.
All are expected moves, but McDonald goes on the 60-day DL, while Fujikawa does not.
Almora, Vogelbach, Vizcaino, Zastryzny are among the bigger names.
On paper, is the 2014 roster actually an improvement over the 2013 version?
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Tick, tock. Tick, tock. I just filled out my rosters.
We’re just one day away from the start of the season.
The Cubs came back after a comeback, and are ready to roll into the season.
Starlin Castro is finally back. He starts at shortstop and bats second.
Schlitter had already been cut from big league camp, but the Cubs obviously grew disenchanted with Cabrera.
I’m still toying with my roster. That’s the nice thing about signing up in advance of Monday.
Is one of the three “expected” guys about to get bounced on the eve of the season?
Trout got paid, but it’s a huge bargain for the Angels.
It’s a step up from Cactus League play, right? And the Cubs won!
Chris Rusin heads to AAA Iowa, and everyone else still in camp gets a bullpen spot.
Starlin Castro is reportedly set to play tomorrow, though.
Longer suspensions, no playoffs, and the ability to prove that you didn’t mean to do it.
How many Cubs prospects have the chance to be future stars in Major League Baseball? Do you already know?
Money that baseball operations didn’t spend this year could have a dramatic impact in the near future.