Some of the best plays from an eventually good game – including an impressive slide, to say the least.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
What happens when your computer dies at the end of recording a podcast? Do you curl up into a ball and cry? Or do you muscle up and just re-record?
Love the ending, but boy was it brutal getting there.
Jon Lester looks to keep the Cubs going, and the bats look for a rebound against Bartolo Colon.
May was probably the Cubs’ worst month, but even that was a .500 affair.
Two years ago, it was one of the busiest days of the year.
Rear back and fire – not something you expect from Hendricks, but he did it last night.
The 20-year-old righty is one of the top pitching prospects in the Cubs’ system.
At last. A win. It felt like it took a week. Oh, wait.
A fresh start for the Cubs in New York after yesterday’s off-day.
There’s a time to hang onto your prospects and a time to deal them. At some point, the Cubs will turn that corner. Thoughts on picking up specific pitchers, and more.
The weekend sweep offers something of a clarifying effect, and it’s not all bad.
Some pundits have the Cubs tied to lower-ranked prospects – does that mean anything? This front office has earned the benefit of the doubt, yes?
Are rentals off the table? Are longer-term pieces the focus? For my part, I see only one type of arm that should no longer be a target.
For the second time in a little over a month, the Cubs turn to the Mets to help end a skid.
The Cubs will have no All-Star Game starters this year, which is no big deal. It’s also a little surprising that they’re not making a better showing, given the fan base.
There are no questions about whether this young man will hit at AAA.
The Cubs reportedly aren’t interested in Jon Niese anymore. Any other pitcher trades make sense? A familiar face, perhaps? Plus so much more from the rumor mill.