A former top Cubs prospect who never quite got over the hump with the big league team.
A thought exercise on why Pablo Sandoval might actually be a quality pick-up. Well, a fun exercise, anyway.
If the name doesn’t strike you immediately, it’s probably because Reinhard never made The Show. And that makes for an interesting story, too.
Over the years, how well does WAR correlate with the MVP award? More than you might think.
Would you keep you working at getting to the big leagues for 11 years?
Wells was a breakout starter for the Cubs in 2009. What’s he up to these days, what does he think of his time with the Cubs?
Remember the hulking lefty who tore it up in a short stint with the Cubs back in 2008? He shares a great deal in an interview with Myles.
Remember this early sabermetric darling? He didn’t stick too long with the Cubs, though – how have things played out for him?
There’s a tiny bit of pride involved, and it technically counts in the standings, but that’s pretty much it.
Thoughts on why Sammy Sosa wasn’t invited to celebrate at Wrigley last week, and why it was the right decision.
The story of Castro’s rise and fall, and the importance of his near-term future.
What is Myles looking forward to this year? The Cubs’ performance might not offer enough, but there’s other stuff.
Myles offers his take on renovating, restoring, and expanding Wrigley Field.
A realistic set of Cubs-related wishes as we turn the page on 2013.
And it’s left Myles cheering for the Cardinals. Again.
It’s OK to pine for a particular manager, even if you can’t articulate why he’s the right guy. But guard your heart and be patient.
You won’t like who Myles has winning it all.
If you’re going to apologize, do it right. Do it like a person.
The Pirates are having such a great year, but they could stand to see an even stronger attendance spike.