Whoa. Blowout in the other direction.
Month: May 2014
Nobody remembers what happened last night.
Is it still realistic that top college arm Carlos Rodon could fall to the Cubs at four? A new mock says yes.
With Bryant’s performance improving from crazy good to existential-crisis good, is a move up the ladder on the way?
Kenney just revealed the news on the radio this morning.
Isn’t that a great headline and picture with which to start your Saturday!?!?
At least a blowout will help the Cubs’ run differential better match their record …
Anthony Rizzo gets the night off, which means Travis Wood will have to supply the thunder.
Folks outside of Chicago can say goodbye to the days of Cubs games on their WGN cable channel.
Everybody’s having kids these days. Strop returns to the Cubs without a rehab assignment.
Would the Blue Jays prefer a rental pitcher at the deadline? Well, maybe, but …
The entire rooftop contract has been released, and it provides a more comprehensive window into the expected dispute.
The Brewers are back to their hot ways, and the Cubs are back to their Cubes ways.
Arrieta’s groundball rate is up significantly this year, and it appears to be reflective of a slight change in his approach.
Although it’s not a direct correlation, if the Clippers are worth $2 billion, you have to wonder about the Cubs.
Is there reason to warm up to Nick Gordon at four? How would Luke rank his board?
If they did something surprising like that, how are the next few picks – including the Cubs at four – affected?
It sounds like the Orioles are definitely interested, and the Cubs have been doing some scouting. Should the Marlins jump in, too?
More on yesterday’s snag. Also: I’m not sure folks realize how many advertising signs there are at Fenway Park.
Jumping your OPS 42 points in one game in late May isn’t easy. When your OPS is already over 1.000? Well that’s just crazy.
And also an hilarious video of a Manny first pitch. Also, offensive struggles and injury updates.
The world’s most delicious concoction? Also: minor league baseball stuff.
Another day, another shutout by the Giants. At least Edwin Jackson looked sharp (his line notwithstanding).
Edwin Jackson hopes to help the Cubs win a series against the best team in baseball.
It doesn’t sound like it’s going to happen now, as details get in the way.
Is there going to be trade interest involving Edwin Jackson? If so, should the Cubs jump at it? I’m not so sure it’s an easy question.