A rocket to center field from Soler.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
Going back home after a split in St. Louis would be very fine.
Which isn’t necessarily the wrong thing to do. This is rather complicated stuff.
This has quickly become one of the more bizarre stories involving the Cubs in recent years, and that’s saying a lot.
It’s what many folks were focusing on last night, and, after taking a step back, I have conflicting thoughts.
The Mets take a 1-0 lead in the other NLDS series.
That’s gonna make the next few days a little uncomfortable.
Here we go. Game one. Jon Lester doin’ work.
It’s nice to discuss the Cubs in the playoffs.
Brett and Michael get into today’s NLDS opener, and relive the joy of the Wild Card Game. Presumably. Depends on what you ask us.
The Cubs may have just snagged a top prospect for a relative bargain.
David Ross is in there with Jon Lester on the mound, and Chris Coghlan gets the nod in right field.
Some thoughts on how Lackey’s pitch evolution could play out tonight.
Baseball stance meets golf swing meets golf ball meets super long drive.
The Cubs go with 11 pitchers and 14 position players.
It’s hard to think about too much else.
Here we go. The Cubs’ first full playoff series of the postseason, and, naturally, it comes against the Cardinals.
Josh Donaldson and Jose Bautista both left last night’s game early.
Cubs, Cardinals. Today is a good day.