Let’s try this again: it’s a big game, and this time it’s Jake Arrieta taking the ball.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
The switch-hitting third base prospect is probably going to be the subject of some discussion after this season.
Framing a pitch that bounced five feet in front of the plate? Yes, that’s fun to watch no matter what.
Why didn’t the Cubs make any huge moves? Did they have the money if they’d wanted to? Did they have the prospects?
They’ve done enough losing, and the Mets have done enough winning, that they are now also a team to be watching in the Wild Card race.
Gotta love a dramatic comeback that helps the Cubs.
Lester versus Liriano in a nationally televised August game with playoff implications. Buckle up.
The Cubs’ bench is back up to a slightly-more-passable four.
Great to see Bryant right back out there.
The Cubs’ roster has churned a great deal in the last week, so there’s a lot to catch up on, and to put into context.
The submariner righty never got a chance with the Cubs.
The 36-year-old second baseman has been out with an ankle injury since June, so it’s hard to say how he projects down the stretch.
July marked the end of the period where players can freely be traded – but that’s not necessarily the end of all trading.
The Cubs start a big one tonight in Pittsburgh.
It’s a season-high for the 2015 Chicago Cubs, who are deep in a playoff race.
The Wild Card race comes into heavy focus this week for all three teams. I hope you’re prepared.
The aftermath of the Trade Deadline, and heading into August.
A truly incredible play from Saturday night.
Bryant made contact with Jean Segura on a slide into second base, and looked to be in pain.
It got a little tense there in the 9th, but the Cubs pull off the sweep!