The Cubs close out April with a bang, even if they filled it mostly with a whimper.
Archive for 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.
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.