We know it hasn’t been too much fun to watch, but are the Cubs what we expected them to be?
Archive for April, 2014
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.)
In the span of nine innings, Castro went from “struggling” to being at the top of his game.
The righty starter has had two no-hit performances in his four pitching outings this year.
The Reds were just swept by the Braves, and the Cubs are still looking for their first series win.
Cubs pitching prospect Pierce Johnson walked eight in just four innings yesterday. How did he look?
It’s still very early, but the Cubs’ top prospect has yet to click at AAA. It could come quickly though.
Thoughts on why Sammy Sosa wasn’t invited to celebrate at Wrigley last week, and why it was the right decision.
Baseball, man. Anything can happen. Usually does.