Our condolences go out to Duensing and his family.
The world’s second greatest leadoff hitter!
Any two months you might get of a player – even a great player – might leave you disappointed.
The Cubs are struggling to take over the top spot at any position.
The Cubs come back to Wrigley Field for a series against the suddenly hot Dodgers.
Kyle Schwarber’s defensive value continues to surprise people. Mostly opposing base runners.
How about starting the weekend off right?
This is a huge bummer.
A well-timed leap in performance from Wilson and some great fill-in appearances by the back-end guys has saved the Cubs pen.
Jon Lester and Kris Bryant take on the Cardinals.
MLBits: Banning the Shift, Longoria’s Broken Finger, Sano Demoted, Pirates Selling, Soto, Bader, More
The league is apparently considering banning or limiting defensive shifts.
Big weekend series!
And Baez’s strikeout rate is skyrocketing as a result.
The Cubs have some big series coming up, but they’ve set themselves up nicely.
A lot to get to, including rules/league changes, another rumble at the plate, Nolan Ryan’s INSANE outing, and much more.
Montgomery was brilliant again yesterday. When Yu Darvish returns, how on earth could you justify bouncing Montgomery from the rotation?
Are you ready for some FOOTBALL!?
Can the Cubs deliver the series win? You know they can. Why are you asking? Don’t you have any faith?
Another positive sign for his recovery from triceps inflammation.
The Kris Bryant slump is very real, and it’s causing him to explode from time to time behind the scenes. Nothing wrong with that. And no worries here.
The regular right-handers are taking a break.
Cubs Minor League and Prospect Notes: Lange and Little Updates, Coghlan Rehabbing, Updated Rankings, More
Where’s Chris Coghlan? How good has Alex Lange been? Where do Cubs prospects rank?
One more win and the Cubs accomplish a lot.
He’s not ruling out a return before the All-Star break, but we’re a little less optimistic.
MLBits: MLB Meets Over Rule Changes, MIL In One-Run Games, Ohtani Optimism, Archer, Britton, Rondon, More
The Brewers only like winning one-run games.