No Cubs, as expected. And only four Royals. Boo. So much for watching the world burn.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
Kyle Hendricks doing work, saving the still-struggling offense.
Kyle Hendricks leads the way for a series win, with Jorge Soler back in the lineup.
We’ll see how long he sticks around. Questions about the near-term rotation, Soler’s match-up, and the fireworks last night.
Mike Baxter gets to stick around, and starts at first base today.
Bryant’s performance yesterday was impressive, and his season so far has been incredible.
Dylan Cease was fantastic for three innings last night, and the dreaming is coming.
At long last, the Cubs should be getting their right fielder back.
Kris Bryant loves America and baseball. Cubs win.
Clayton Richard makes his debut for the Cubs, who get to face a pitcher who hasn’t started a game in almost two months.
La Stella had already been out more than 60 days with an oblique injury.
The Cubs needed a back-up catcher for a week, and that’s why they had Teagarden at the ready at Iowa.
We’ll see if Richard can give the Cubs a quality spot start today. From there, it’s unclear where the rotation goes. There are reasons for concern.
Jacob Hannemann really does make a ridiculous catch in the outfield every time you look. Also: Schwarber 4-4 with a walk. No big deal.
Jorge Soler rehabbing, new pitcher, Pirates injury, Hot Doug’s returns, more.
A special moment from yesterday’s game, as the Cubs used the video board to great effect.
Richard’s best work came a few years ago in San Diego.
Ok, so maybe all of the offensive problems aren’t fixed. Not that you’re surprised. Process and all that …