It’s just not OK for *you* to care. Winky face. No, but seriously. Thoughts on that, Kalish, Fujikawa, and more.
Archive for May, 2014
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.
Kalish had been struggling for a while, and the Cubs elect to stick with 13 pitchers.
Think you can be better than average tomorrow? That’s all it takes to move on. The you’ve got to do it again on Wednesday …
West Coast swing, in effect. The Cubs now get the NL’s best club. Wait: make that MLB’s best club.
Baez is actually hotter in his last ten games than Kris Bryant. And you know how hot Bryant’s been.
Today is Memorial Day, which has a very specific meaning. Also, Hammel’s hand, MLB’s leader, Lake’s homer, and more.
The impact of a coach at the big league level can be hard to see. In the minors, it may be much more prominent.
The Cubs came close in the 9th, but it’s a series split.
The Cubs can take the series 3-1 with a win today. Jason Hammel is making his first start since getting smacked in the hand.
The 41-year-old slugger will serve as a player-coach at AAA Iowa.
Mark your calendars for many-a-thing. Drafting, signing, visiting, etc.
It’s a conversation worth having, but I’m not sure there’s much here other than “people like money.”
Bryant now leads the Southern League in OPS by 150 points. Unbelievable.
Travis Wood shuts ’em down and drives ’em in.
Last night was the Cubs’ worst loss of the year, so it can only get better. I think.
The Cubs go for positional guys in the two newest mock drafts, and they pass on Tyler Kolek in both.