Zobrist struck the ball well twice yesterday, but will his numbers against lefties rebound enough to make him an everyday starter?
Category: Analysis and Commentary
Jon Jay fouled off the first pitch he saw in the 5th inning last night. 14 pitches later, he had a single.
Addison Russell made a great play last night. There were no shenanigans.
There are 21 or 22 spots totally locked down at this point, in my view. But what happens with those other spots?
The Cubs closer has been a machine all season, but his most recent stretch is a new level of dominance.
So much to dissect from a single game. It was fun, but also potentially frustrating.
At what point can we start talking about Kris Bryant in the MVP race again? Has he not earned it yet?
I like the part where the roller coaster goes up. Well, I mean, if we’re talking baseball game metaphors. Because otherwise, the hill is the best p…
He doesn’t have much time to get right, but with October coming, let’s hope Lester does.
It’s the four-game series that very well could determine the winner of the NL Central.
Schwarber has been hitting the ball hard lately, which can cover up for some swing and miss issues.
For his career, Lester has typically handled both lefties and righties very well. Not so this year.
The Cubs are clicking at the right time, aren’t they? The back of the bullpen looks good, the rotation is taking shape, etc.
If Wilson can get right in the coming days, he could still play a huge part this season for the Cubs.
The Cubs entire season will be decided in the next ten days.
You may not see a lot more Almora right now, but the future looks bright for the Cubs center fielder.
See for yourself, and move on, Cardinals fans.
No walks, lots of grounders, no hard contact. What else can you ask for? How about flashing them pearly whites?
The Cardinals came into that series with some hope. Now they have almost none.