He sounds pretty upset about the present situation, but I’m not sure there’s much he can do.
Month: April 2014
The Cubs certainly did their share to lose the game, but it turns out there were some questionable calls.
A new proposal would effectively kill net neutrality, and it’s almost impossible to see anything but downside for consumers.
AA Tennessee pitcher Corey Black throws another impressive, hitless outing.
Edwards could be examined today. It’s pretty unclear how serious this is or is not.
We were all at a birthday part, and a funeral broke out.
Horse parking available only for the earliest of risers: one buffalo nickel.
Their current lot may not comply with zoning requirements, and a local alderman is fighting.
It should be a short outing – the kind you’d see at the end of Spring Training.
Want to win a huge wad of cash by watching baseball? Of course you do. You’re smart.
What a beautiful old gal she’s become. Also: extended thoughts on Mike Olt and platooning.
An offensive explosion down in Florida, and it didn’t even require Almora, Vogelbach, and Candelario to carry the load.
The Cubs have won two in a row, and have ensured they won’t lose this series! Both are firsts on the year.
Time for Jason Hammel to do his best Travis Wood impersonation.
The 22-year-old righty is one of the top pitching prospects in the system.
The Tigers have dropped Alex Gonzalez and would appear to still need some kind of shortstop solution. Plus much, much more.
Rizzo pulled it off last week, and it could be a very effective strategy to neutralize the shift.
The schedule doesn’t quite line up perfectly at this point, and Arrieta may make another rehab start.
Is it time to strike? How much should the Cubs invest? How much would Wood command?
He’ll be an analyst on a variety of programs, and will debut at the 100th Anniversary Game tomorrow.
With rehabbing pitchers returning to various locations, there are rotations to sort out. Also: Kyle Hendricks was awesome.
The Cubs get one at the expense of the Diamondbacks’ continued nightmare. Travis Wood did it all.
The Cubs go lefty-heavy against a starter with extreme splits.
Theo Epstein will reportedly be in attendance at Rodon’s next start.
The 33-year-old lefty “prospect” is dominating at AAA right now. Should we be paying attention?
Samardzija was never interested in signing a “crummy early deal for seven or eight years.”