Last night, Jake Arrieta reminded folks what he can do.
Analysis and Commentary
The Cubs are on pace for 104 wins, which would be the most in baseball in over a decade.
The Cubs had a homer party last night, and there was quite a bit to draw from each homer.
Addison Russell’s offense continues to improve as he tries to find consistency away from Wrigley Field.
That deal was one of the few mistakes of the Epstein era front office, and also marked a long lesson for me.
Kris Bryant can make a case to be the best player in the National League, despite struggling in one particular aspect of his game.
It’s perfectly plausible everything could be fine come late September. But right now, there sure are a lot of questions.
A long reset for the Cubs’ right fielder. Also: La Stella will be welcomed back, the ERA leader is coming, and more.
Kris Bryant did some things yesterday that almost no one has ever done.
Can this duo work together down the stretch and on into the playoffs?
Second half Hammel is GOOD Hammel.
Get off me, ball.
In a season where Jason Heyward’s batting average wasn’t high in the first place, his on-base percentage has started to take an independent hit.