The lefty’s status for Saturday is still up in the air, so the Cubs might have to figure out a fill-in option.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
The Cubs hung around in this one, but couldn’t quite get all the way back in it.
Kyle Hendricks has a chance to help the Cubs lock up this series against the Dodgers.
Turner was pitching well at AA Tennessee. Now, it’s unclear when he’ll be back.
Are the Cubs going to pick up a pitcher sooner rather than later? Are the recent Hamels/Rangers rumors going anywhere? Are the Reds selling?
It was a pitch that’s really hard to take out of the park, too. And he sent it a long, long way.
The North Florida outfielder was one of the best college bats in the draft, and I suspect the Cubs were very happy he slipped to them in the second round.
There’s still a long road ahead to get back after his broken finger, but progress is progress.
Was he a decoy? How’s his ankle? Why didn’t he bunt? Also: more discussion on multi-inning relievers for the Cubs.
The Cubs on The Score would seem to be a pretty perfect fit.
A walk-off sac fly might not seem exciting, but it was actually rather hard for Denorfia to pull off in that situation.
More extra-innings? More one-run games? No problem: more walk-offs!
Impressive catch? Terrible idea? Both?
Here’s hoping the Cubs can get to Zack Greinke early, and that Jason Hammel is ready to go deep.
How active will the Cubs be on the trade market? How much salary can they take on? And how do those things relate to the new IFA period, coming in 10 days?
We’ll see if this heats up, but, for now, it emphasizes how fluid the trade market is.
Wada might not have to miss time, but Fowler’s injury is still unclear. The best options to replace him right now are equally unclear.
Now eight games over .500, the Cubs have the third best record in the National League.