Kyle Hendricks takes the ball for the Cubs, who face a familiar arm.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
Each could theoretically be back with the big league team with in a couple weeks.
The Cubs get an even softer Brewers lineup tonight.
Lots of activity there at the deadline besides the Cubs’ two moves.
The sidearm righty didn’t have much time with the big team.
Whom the Cubs acquired, and whom they gave up make a whole lot of sense.
The Cubs’ first move is for a rental, back-end arm.
A couple of serious pitcher rumors this morning.
It would be fun, but it’s gotta be so complicated to actually try and pull off.
Interesting, last-minute development.
The Brewers just keep shipping players out of town. That’s fine.
Yes. Do it. Get him out of the Brewers’ lineup.
Things are getting a little crazy, so I better get a Live Stream underway!
The Red Sox might be in on both Carlos Carrasco and Tyson Ross, too. Plus much more.
That would be a sharp diversion from what we’ve been hearing for a long time. And it would really disrupt today.
The young infielder’s adjustments, and also what coverage here at BN might look like tonight and tomorrow after the Blogathon.
The 24-year-old righty is having a down year and might be available.