The Wrigley renovation deal is done, the Cubs’ bullpen is in shambles, and Sahadev covers covering the beat.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
He’ll pitch a couple innings, and this schedule could have him back to the Cubs in mid-May.
That’s how Darwin Barney described Craig Gentry’s diving catch last night to end the game.
Daytona gave up 27 hits yesterday. Yo.
The Cubs were within inches, once again, of coming back.
Lefty versus lefty tonight, though I’ll take the Rangers’ version of the mostly-righty lineup over the Cubs’ version.
A flurry of roster moves today, as the Cubs import some new faces and boot some short-lived ones.
Lukewarm Stove: Teams Remain Interested in Matt Garza – What Are the Next Few Months Going to Look Like?
We know that, if healthy, Garza is returning to the Cubs in a few weeks. But … then what?
Get ready to like Lance Berkman even more than you already do.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Reactions from a Variety of Quarters, Including Rooftops and Tunney
For the most part, everyone’s positive after yesterday’s Wrigley renovation deal.
Interleague play is here, as the Rangers come to Wrigley Field.
Before you fly off the handle, dig through the bullpen. You’ll start to see that it’s not like Sveum has a ton of great options right now.
We’re without our Minor League man, so I’ll do my best to get you the gist.