Data don’t lie. It looks like the Cubs earned their loss yesterday, rather than having it unfairly gifted to the Padres.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
Boy, that went from extreme fun to extreme frustrating in the speed of a couple well-placed fastballs.
Kris Bryant slides into the cleanup spot, playing third base. Welington Castillo gets a start, and the Cubs take on James Shields.
Not that you would expect the Cubs to ever discuss service time implications, but that is the official word.
Ramirez may have escaped the worst of it, with the initial diagnosis “shoulder inflammation.”
The Cubs look to win another ser… OMG KRIS BRYANT!!!
Today is a very good day, and fans should enjoy it. But there will be downs, together with the ups.
Bryant going out the way he was the rest of the time.
That’s game one of a doubleheader tonight. Let’s discuss each player’s status.
Come July 2, the Cubs won’t be subject to any more international spending restrictions. And it sounds like they’re going to respond by spending.
The blue “W” in Wintrust will stay lit after wins, which is actually a take on an old lighting tradition.
Rizzo’s first serious display of power this year.
Fingers crossed on a positive outcome for Ramirez, but, even in a good scenario, the Cubs may need to make a roster move.
When it comes to baseball players, that’s a good thing. Wood was dominant last night. Also: Bryant as number one, Maddon calls for Schlitter, and Rally Beaver.
Travis Wood was dominant, and the Cubs take the series from the Reds.