Their grip on the Central is diminishing greatly.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
It’s pretty crazy to see how close all four balls were to not leaving the yard. Indeed, at most parks, they wouldn’t have.
In a season full of great wins, this is right up there among the best.
The Cubs look to take the first three games in the series against the Braves.
He fell off of the radar for many folks, but Almora has been on fire.
Don’t get hung up on results if a player swings early in the count. If he hits the ball hard, that’s the whole point.
Fowler’s defense in center this year for the Cubs has been solid, if you ask me. He made a heckuva play yesterday, too.
The Cubs gain ground in the Central, and hold steady on the second Wild Card spot.
The Cubs came back in the middle innings, and held on to win again.
Addison Russell and Anthony Rizzo went deep last night … but those aren’t the two crazy homers you should watch here.
Kyle Hendricks gets a chance to show off some theoretical mechanical fixes, and the Cubs get to face Shelby Miller.
How’s that for an honest headline? Let’s talk about what this means, if anything.
With Hunter Pence out, the Giants needed to act quickly, and they did.
It’s been another dominant year for the Cubs righty, who apparently leads baseball in pitcher wins. Whateves. He’s even better than that.
Although the Cubs will have to be careful to execute it properly, this was an otherwise untapped revenue stream.
A Giant loss right now is a Pirates win.
A nice, laid-back win. Whew. Needed that.
The Cubs turn the page on the Tigers and put up Jake Arrieta against the Braves.
Kris Bryant has been fantastic all year, but he might have had his best game last night.