Remember this early sabermetric darling? He didn’t stick too long with the Cubs, though – how have things played out for him?
Samardzija struggles, Rizzo ejected, players hurting … yesterday wasn’t a great one for the Cubs.
Have some fun with mathematical extrapolation, and look at how Kris Bryant could be performing in the bigs. (Emphasis: just for fun.)
So much happened in the Cubs’ world this weekend that you’re going to want to check in if you checked out on Friday.
Jeff Samardzija did not have his best day. Neither did the offense.
The Cubs enter into the rubber game yet again with a chance to take down a top team. I’m not saying it usually happens.
The Pirates will get another selection on Thursday, and we have the opportunity to discuss the value of traded picks.
How much can we anticipate about the Cubs 2014 draft by looking back at the 2012 draft? Maybe a lot.
The Cubs have offered to table the bullpen relocation, and it’s really way past time to get this project going.
Eloy Jimenez and Gleyber Torres may very soon finally be playing in games with recorded stats.
Whoa. Blowout in the other direction.
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.