May was probably the Cubs’ worst month, but even that was a .500 affair.
Analysis and Commentary
Rear back and fire – not something you expect from Hendricks, but he did it last night.
Jason Motte has been crafty as he has yet to regain the swing-and-miss stuff that made him a relief ace.
The weekend sweep offers something of a clarifying effect, and it’s not all bad.
Are rentals off the table? Are longer-term pieces the focus? For my part, I see only one type of arm that should no longer be a target.
The big righty was excellent for the Cubs in the first half last year, and has been again this year.
Be bummed and frustrated for a little while, and then move on.
Addison Russell has turned in an elite performance defensively at second base.
Providing extreme incentives not to finish school is troubling.
How active will the Cubs be on the trade market? How much salary can they take on? And how do those things relate to the new IFA period, coming in 10 days?
A curiosity in the shifting statistics.
The incoming wave of high-end rookies highlights MLB’s newest trend — a rapidly growing youth movement.
Back to Wrigley Field today, the Cubs have been hosting a nice uptick in attendance. And that’s very important going forward.
Is Castro trying to pull the ball to much? Is it really that simple? It rarely is.
Winners of seven in a row, the Pirates are separating from the pack. What does that mean for the Cubs?
He didn’t have an opportunity to impress too much last night, but I loved what Yoervis Medina did. Also, Neil Ramirez pitched.
The former Cubs catcher talks about why players do the things they do, and why fans should better understand it.
It sounds counterintuitive, but there’s a little something here.