The Cubs close out April with a bang, even if they filled it mostly with a whimper.
Month: April 2014
Will rain muck this one up, too? Or just the Cubs?
We all knew the strikeouts were a problem, but, more specifically, it’s the swinging and missing.
The Cubs should have plenty of upper tier pitching options at number four. If they want it, that is.
You may need a refresher on why this matters, and this is a small update.
The Cubs are ensured of failing to win a single series in the first month of the season. That sucks.
Clayton Kershaw versus the mighty Tennessee Smokies? You know you want to see that.
Lot’s of rain, not a lot of offense. And power from an unlikely source.
The Cubs and Reds will try again tonight, once again against the threat of rain.
There’s a good deal of funny stuff going on around the game these days.
I’ll soon have to do some work on the functionality of the site, and I’d like your thoughts before I tinker.
There are some ugly numbers, but, when you provide a little context, it’s easy to step back from the ledge.
It’s just extended Spring Training, but Jorge Soler is finally back in action.
The 1983 Cubs got off to a rough start, and weren’t feeling much love from the fans. So their manager got … angry.
We know it hasn’t been too much fun to watch, but are the Cubs what we expected them to be?
He was going to start on Friday, and then on Wednesday, and now some time this weekend.
The first not-quite-so-small-sample plateau is approaching for a top Cubs prospect.
No big league game tonight? Just watch this instead.
Jeff Samardzija has been fantastic this year, but it’s tough to keep the Reds down in Great American Ballpark.
He wasn’t expected back until Friday, but he’ll go on short-ish rest.
We haven’t even reached May yet, and the inquiries are starting. (UPDATE: Or possibly not yet.)