The Cubs couldn’t do much at the plate for six innings, and then they broke out.
It’s what he does, and I love it.
Walking just isn’t Javy’s thing. Striking out isn’t Jason’s thing.
Great night from Jose Quintana, and a great moment for Javy Baez.
The foul was probably more impressive, but only the actual homer counted.
And it ended exactly how you’d expect it to end.
Cubs have some guys heating up, and Montgomery figures to get several more starts. Also, how long will Edwards be out?
Yu Darvish wants to be out there contributing, and it sounds like it’s getting to him that he can’t be. But, no, Cubs fans on the whole don’t hate him.
The Cubs’ bats couldn’t pull off the sweep.
Can we just stop with this?
Chris Gimenez could have opted out, and Caratini was getting no playing time.
He must have thought Joe Maddon actually advocated catchers digging literal trenches.
The Cubs have quietly been on a nice little streak.
The dirty Cubs pull off a dirty comeback win, despite a dirty 9th inning.
The sound off the pole! Unbelievable.
Hopefully it won’t prove too much of a hurdle for his season. He was pitching very well today.
Whateves. It was close either way.
The implication here is that the Cubs want to be in the loop.
How to help Chatwood, how to get Montgomery another start, and how to feel about the slide incident.
Anthony Rizzo’s Slide Probably Wasn’t in Spirit of Rules, Probably Didn’t Violate Rules, and Definitely Wasn’t Dirty
What to make of today’s controversial play.
It’s hard to throw strikes, it seems, when that’s all you’re trying to do.
A day of honor. Separately, it’ll be a very quick turnaround for the Cubs.
That was quite the evening of baseball, or something approximating it.
He’s so freaking good at going back on the ball.
We needed that. All of us. Desperately.
Montgomery has long wanted another chance to start, and here it comes.