That was mostly rather bad. *Mostly.*
How far did the Cubs have to fall before they would have sold? And what does it mean for future seasons?
It’s rare that a four-inning night can be called a good game, but it was for Jon Lester. Also, Anthony Rizzo says it: “The feeling is back.”
Well, that was fun. Good game, Cubs.
He may never win a Gold Glove out there, but his defense is certainly a valuable part of his game
JON LESTER BOOM!
That was a fun inning.
Kyle Schwarber hasn’t done much with lefties in his career so far, but maybe he can eventually. Probably won’t happen soon.
Grimm and Caratini have to head out to accommodate the new arrivals.
Say what? More trades? But wasn’t yesterday some kind of deadline? Let’s explain the trade process in August.
Good news on the Cubs’ first baseman.
The Blogathon has drawn to a close, and it was another wonderful year.
This was a very good trade season for the Cubs, given where they are.
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Away we go. The home stretch. Do some things.
Nothing more is likely to happen for the Cubs, but there no sense in not keeping your finger on the pulse.
It’s all readying to explode. I can feel it. Or maybe that’s just my insides.
The price is “too steep.”
Hey, the Trade Deadline is arriving this afternoon. When are the things going to shake loose?
The Cubs have a new reliever and a new back-up catcher.