Jake versus Jake, Arrieta versus Peavy. And it’s the Cubs’ hopeful future versus the Cubs’ ugly present.
Archive for 2014
Another rental arm muddying up the trade market? Blue Jays making alternative plans? More.
You get an award, and you get an award, and YOU get an award!
A reminder on the importance of Wrigley Field, and on the importance of what happens to the ballpark.
The two are expected to be shopped by the Cubs over the next month, and each could be a nice complementary piece on a contender.
A battle of historic teams near the bottom of their divisions. Of course, the Red Sox still have some hope.
That’s how one source described it. A number of teams remain interested in the righty, who could be dealt as soon as this week.
He didn’t get great results Saturday night, and his June 1 start in Milwaukee was a disaster. But what about in-between? And what about arbitrary endpoints?
That’s going to be absolutely must-watch TV. Will Anthony Rizzo be joining him on the NL team?
Warning: Do not read this post if you are hungry, and not in a position to eat right now. It hurts. Also: Cubs prospect bits, which hurts less.
A whole lot of newsing, rumoring, and analyzing happened this weekend. Check out what you may have missed.
The Pirates and Angels got together on a deal, and the Reds gave Raisel Iglesias a big contract.
The Cubs farm teams are all very hot right now, including the surprise second half Daytona Cubs.
The results were fantastic, but how did Beeler look? I liked the mix of pitches, for sure.
That was part of a four-hit day, and his pro OPS is now over 1.700. Just silly.
And the Cubs get swept in the doubleheader, which means a series tie with the Nationals after taking the first two games.