Thought experiment: If the Cubs somehow brought in some of the Blue Jays’ top prospects, where would they rank in the Cubs’ system?
Archive for May, 2014
The Cubs’ offense was absolutely stymied. Just about nothing positive there whatsoever.
Jake Arrieta will look to do in San Francisco what he did in San Diego last time out.
A little pre-game bullpen shuffle. Congrats to the Wright family, it would seem.
With a couple days digestion time, I feel pretty positively about the move to hire/sign Manny Ramirez as a player-coach at AAA Iowa. There’s risk, to be sure – Ramirez[Read More…]
Will either be a significant piece in the long-run? Probably not, but you might as well take a crack when you’ve got the chance.
Despite a report to the contrary, there are plenty of indicators that the Blue Jays will be in.
Can you finish in the top 50% today in order to move on?
The Cubs are expected to start work on the new clubhouse very soon, and the added outfield signs don’t look too bad.
Occasionally, Cubs fans do get nice things. And it’s nice to be in a position to wonder which player is hotter, Baez or Bryant?
It’s just not OK for *you* to care. Winky face. No, but seriously. Thoughts on that, Kalish, Fujikawa, and more.
College baseball’s championship tournament is approaching, which means a great eyes-on opportunity for draft prospects.
Quite a bit happened while you were driving/boating/grilling/drinking/sleeping.
A thing happened today. It doesn’t really matter, but it matters because of social construction. SO GO NUTS!
Jeff Samardzija will totally get his first win of the year today, and then everyone will shut up.