The Cubs’ bats were lifeless, listless. Cubs fans were, too. And then the fourth inning happened.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
That was fun. I had fun. You had fun.
That had to feel really good.
In theory, that could prevent Kershaw from appearing twice more in this series (in the rotation and then out of the bullpen).
Unpacking a bit from last night’s game, which was not a pleasant affair.
The mental seesaw of fandom and the baseball playoffs.
That sure didn’t go well.
Why did one team make the move while the other was unwilling?
Some very small adjustments might be in order, but now is not the time for wholesale changes.
It’s hard to see how it would have worked last night.
Are you feeling bad this morning? Shrug.
The Cubs allowed just one run, which, well, you’d want to win that game. But Clayton Kershaw.
Good move? Bad move? Good process? Good results?