There’s a ton to read and see if you checked out this weekend. Catch up right here.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
The Cubs drop this one, but there were several bright spots.
Some dramatic transformations today at Sloan Park.
Jason Hammel starts and bats 8th. We’ll see if that becomes a thing in the regular season.
The Cubs have a number of injured, or semi-injured players right now, but all seem to be doing relatively well.
We won’t know for a while, and nothing’s even been decided yet, but this is already on the table.
The Cubs muscled up tonight, and outscored the Mariners, even with King Felix on the mound.
If you count the “B” game, that’s Bryant’s eighth Spring Training homer this year, by far leading baseball.
We won’t get Jon Lester versus Felix Hernandez, but we do get Kris Bryant back at third base and Javier Baez leading off.
It’s fun to get creative with solutions, but the most likely outcome remains the simplest.
Alcantara blasted the go-ahead homer yesterday as part of a great game, which affords me the opportunity to remember just how good he could be.
Who had the better offseason now, sucka?! (Actually, the offseason had very little to do with the outcome of this game.)
Some interesting and enjoyable bits on Cubs prospects to get you into the weekend. And a Kris Bryant video that will make you melt.
The lefty was due to start tomorrow, but will miss his start due to dead arm.
Cubs versus White Sox! Not quite the game it was this time of year in the days before interleague play.
The best development path for Baez could see him back at AAA Iowa to start the season. Let’s talk about the implications for him, and for the Cubs’ roster.
We’re nearly two weeks from Opening Night. How are things looking?
Recognizing when things aren’t working, and when the inputs available to you are saying something needs to change – so important for a manager.