The art of making your pitches look like each other for as long as possible.
Analysis and Commentary
That’s a tough combo to pull off, especially to the extremes that Bryant did.
They may not be match previous projections, but yet another set of measures have the Cubs winning the NL Central, at a minimum.
The trade makes a list of the top offseason moves for a number of reasons. That, and much more this morning.
He’s putting in the work on some specific things, but will it pay off for Jason Heyward? Check out the videos to see where his swing is right now.
Schwarber will look like a duck and sound like a duck regularly, as it were, but he may walk like a duck only a couple days a week.
It was a strong offseason for the Cubs, who want to make sure they have flexibility under the luxury tax limit this year.
However the rotation shakes out, I’d sure like to see Montgomery get a full and fair shot to show what he can do in 2017 … because 2018 and beyond is important, too.
Everyone believes in what Kyle Schwarber can do at the plate, and I can’t wait to see it in action this year.
A report indicates that part of the reason Hammel didn’t want his option picked up was because he felt Maddon had lost faith in him.
The Cubs may not have as many “sure things” in the bullpen as you may have thought.
Those sort of batted ball peripherals bode well for his future.
Winning it all again is going to be tough, because winning it all is tough.
When Jake Arrieta first arrived with the Cubs, it wasn’t in Chicago. It was in Iowa.
A control-type pitcher with a diverse repertoire, Mills adds to the Cubs’ suddenly-growing upper-level pitching depth.