Thoughts on why Sammy Sosa wasn’t invited to celebrate at Wrigley last week, and why it was the right decision.
Month: April 2014
Baseball, man. Anything can happen. Usually does.
The Cubs will try to avoid the sweep. You gotta set goals, ya know?
The Cubs’ farm teams have started off reasonably well this year, and there are some surprising hot starts out there.
He’ll rest his left oblique, and maybe also clear his head a little bit.
Three runs, but the offense performance was actually much worse than you may have thought.
Bring your bat, Travis Wood.
The Cubs may not have a boatload of superstars, but they arguably do have some All-Star-caliber performances so far.
With Luis Valbuena drawing more starts at second, is Barney a clear bench piece/defensive substitute now?
Matt Garza gets his revenge! Well, I guess he wasn’t looking for revenge. He just, like, pitched well.
The Cubs versus Matt Garza. We might see some bunts.
No structural damage. He’ll take a couple weeks off before starting a throwing program.
If I can divorce myself from the game outcome, the day was a pretty well-done thing.
You were just trying to slow-play things and not tip your hand early. But now’s the time to get in.
Maybe this will be the start of a real resolution.
From facing the worst team in baseball at home to facing the best on the road.
One ranking says they’re the dumbest in all of sports. And how about that eight-man bullpen?
Dan Vogelbach finally had a huge game, and Kris Bryant continues to dominate at AA.
Edwards met with the Cubs’ team doctor yesterday about the shoulder issue that popped up this week.
If you’re the Chicago Cubs, and a giant cake of Wrigley Field eventually lands in a dumpster, it’s a national story.
No series win for the Cubs in this one. Surprised?
The game starts tomorrow, with a whole lot of scratch on the line.
We get a slightly better idea, but it’s still a little unclear. It’s just about time to put this thing to bed, though.
Yesterday didn’t happen. Or it was 100 years ago. Or something. Series win on the line today.
The 23-year-old righty is still taking things slow, but the arm looks great and the results are solid.
A couple of young strikeout pitchers will get a shot to contribute in a shaky pen.