If the Cubs look to trade for an impact, controllable arm, and if they have to dip into the big league roster to do it, who nets the most?
Category: Analysis and Commentary
A 7-2 homestand is a very good thing, no matter who you played. Also: the team leader in average exit velocity? It’s Jason Heyward.
Start by start, Hendricks is looking more and more like the pitcher we know.
Not only was it the wrong judgment call by the umpire, it was a clear misapplication of the rule.
After last night’s homer, Davis’s ERA is ALL THE WAY UP to 0.98. Also, did he really get a gift on that final strike call?
Over the past 20 games, Baez is hitting .318/.338/.636, isn’t striking out, and is flashing his potential.
That’s not necessarily what I would have expected, but it’s got me feeling good today.
Jon Lester did many things last night that the Cubs haven’t done all year, and now has his season numbers right back up there among the best.
Is there really something to having trouble following up a World Series win? Are we seeing it unfold, or just a random blip?
Ben Zobrist leads off tonight for the Cubs, and he’s reached base in 20 straight games.
Like so many players before him, Kyle Schwarber seems to be dealing with a little bit of both right now.
John Lackey did a lot of things well last night, actually. It’s just that it doesn’t matter if the other team is able to hit the ball hard in the air.
Jake Arrieta hasn’t been able to induce many groundballs this season, until yesterday.
Bryant’s combination of outputs yesterday was a first in MLB history. Also, it was just a really, really good game.
How about Jon Jay, eh? Signed to be an excellent complementary piece … Jay has been an excellent complementary piece.
Has Arrieta gotten just a little too cross-fire?
Eddie Butler couldn’t get a feel yesterday, and it resulted in an outing as ugly as the conditions.