He hits a monster shot last night, and his numbers have made him the best first baseman in the NL.
Archive for 2014
I know you’re anxious to see the Cubs’ newest big bat in the fold. And you’re also wondering about “horses.”
Free fantasy fun awaits on Friday. Ooh, alliteration!
Justin Verlander’s steep decline after signing a mega-deal is enough to give you pause about a lot of things.
Many awesome things at the minor league level going on right now.
Take that, Gregory Polanco’s debut!
Travis Wood gets the first crack at super-prospect Gregory Polanco.
Baez has been as hot as anyone over the last few weeks, but there’s still room for improvement.
The Rays’ goose looks cooked. Assuming they’ll shop David Price, how and why does that matter to the Cubs?
The team will be on the hook for the balance of his $4 million deal, minus the Major League minimum if he signs with another team.
Plenty of reasons to be excited about the Cubs’ next pitching prospect.
A recent deep, deep slump has the Cubs re-evaluating how to handle the third baseman.
Where did the Cubs focus, and what might it tell us about the system the organization is building?
Gregory Polanco is coming up for the Pirates tonight. Digging into Castro and Schierholtz numbers, and Sweeney’s rehab.
The Iowa Cubs squeaked one out last night, 17-2.
Each young man is crushing right now, and they kept it up last night. (UPDATE)
Nothing really special about this one. Just a standard loss.
No wining streak to preserve, but another one to start? Sure, why not?