Left and center fields remain on schedule for May 11.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
A top international prospect to whom the Cubs had been very closely connected is now, instead, connected to the Dodgers.
Lester starting the opener and Hendricks in the rotation aren’t much in the way of a surprise, but it’s news.
There’s interest in Castillo out there, but now’s not the time that teams typically make deals.
I’m sure I’m being a little homer-y, but Anthony Rizzo 53rd? Seriously?
There *will* be over-the-air Cubs games downstate, and more deals are likely coming. Plus a big update on the Cubs’ long-term TV deal plans.
If Olt’s the guy you want to win the third base job until Kris Bryant is ready, how high can we realistically set our sights for Olt?
We’ve got a couple new writers here at BN, each of whom offered a take on a new Cubs pitcher. Plus Spring Training bombs, and more.
Watch – and listen! – to the sights and sounds of baseballs getting crushed.
I’m not sure how much we can even read into Montero’s production decline last year, whether it was wear and tear, dissapointment with losing, or natural statistical fluctuation.
Jon Lester is throwing pitches while wearing a Cubs uniform. I have feelings.
Today’s densely-packed Bullets feature discussion of Baez’s swing, a couple former Cubs retiring, the valuation of the organization, Daniel Bard’s journey, and much more.
Kris Bryant and Jorge Soler may already be the frontrunners for Rookie of the Year. Obviously it’s crazy early. But that’s what makes it fun.
The Cardinals’ ace has an abdominal strain that will delay his Spring Training debut.
Everyone understands that there are potential service times issues at play.