Jake Arrieta, Addison Russell, and Dexter Fowler showed some serious leather.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
Easily the most dangerous post – for the comments – I’ve ever written. The intent here, of course, is very light-hearted.
I tend to think the best answers to those questions for now is “hold up a minute.” Let’s discuss Baez.
Hopefully La Stella’s setback isn’t serious, but it could throw the bench plans for a loop.
If you checked out this weekend, take a quick scroll to see if you missed anything. Quite a bit going on.
The 34-year-old lefty would have challenged for a rotation spot out of the gate if not for a groin injury in the Spring.
Bats couldn’t get it going today, for a wide variety of reasons.
Going for the sweep and a seventh win in a row. Jake Arrieta gets the start.
Lester was so very good yesterday, and it was just what the Cubs needed.
Technically, he’s now the 10th reliever on the team. That number will shrink, but it’ll be interesting to see how Wood adjusts to his new role.
That’s six in a row! Jon Lester was great, and the bullpen came through … with an unfamiliar face.
Jon Lester versus Gerrit Cole is a great matchup. After yesterday’s crazy marathon, I’m sure both sides are hoping for a long starting outing.
A curious move to bring the Cubs’ pitching staff to a bewildering 14. This will be temporary.
You know Torres has been impressive, but let’s really hammer home just how impressive.
When the starter gets hit around a bit, and then the bullpen blows a couple big leads, does that make you worried about new issues? Or is this all just the same stuff?
Let’s appreciate just how magnificent that mammoth blast was.
I can’t believe that game, man. The whole thing. Just can’t believe it.
Easily one of the craziest endings you’ll see this year.