The Cubs made a move for a talented, hard-throwing lefty; here’s everything you need to know about the deal.
Analysis and Commentary
“We have not touched the prospects we potentially are going to move in some bigger deals in the future.”
Jake Arrieta threw first pitch strikes nearly 75% of the time yesterday.
The results have been pretty bad – maybe as bad as your gut was telling you. But how? And why? And what does it mean?
Returning outfielders, coming relievers, succeeding youngsters, and a Trade Deadline. This is gonna get complicated.
Make a guy work, and eventually he might make a really big mistake.
Several arms on the way in short order, and then, you know, a Trade Deadline.
The Cubs’ “fifth starter” has been one of the very best pitchers in all of baseball.
Anthony Rizzo ended the first half with a bang.
Pitchers who make a living outside the strike zone could be in for some serious trouble.
The Cubs have had mixed results from their three best relievers in high-leverage situations.
The break is at a close today. Where do the Cubs go from here? And where do YOU go from here?
The present looks nice. And the future looks really nice, too. That’s nice.