The blue “W” in Wintrust will stay lit after wins, which is actually a take on an old lighting tradition.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
Rizzo’s first serious display of power this year.
Fingers crossed on a positive outcome for Ramirez, but, even in a good scenario, the Cubs may need to make a roster move.
When it comes to baseball players, that’s a good thing. Wood was dominant last night. Also: Bryant as number one, Maddon calls for Schlitter, and Rally Beaver.
Travis Wood was dominant, and the Cubs take the series from the Reds.
Travis Wood will try to get the Cubs a series win.
The Cubs have four pitchers on the disabled list. Checking in on each.
I’ll answer my own question with a “not quite,” but a call-up at Wrigley Field for the weekend is looking more possible.
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Comments from Commissioner Manfred and a report out of Tampa Bay imply there may be something.
Baseball is funny like this.
Not only is Castillo doing well in his role on the bench, a shifting roster could make three catchers still plausible.
One three-run inning dooms the Cubs, who once again very nearly came back.
While late, dramatic, comeback wins are a lot of fun, I’d settle for a good old fashioned Jake Arrieta domination, and the Cubs score enough runs early.
Given the recent bullpen usage, this move actually makes a whole lot of sense.
No, I wouldn’t expect to see Bryant today or tomorrow, but the weekend has become plausible.
According to Jeff Nuich, last night’s game was the most-watched Cubs game on CSN in four years.