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Analysis and Commentary
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.
The next big Chicago Cubs prospect is on his way, perhaps much earlier than folks expected. It says a lot about the Cubs, and about Kyle Schwarber.
Theo Epstein, Jed Hoyer, and Ben Cherington have exploited market inefficiencies in the past to build winners. Are they doing it again?
Another rough outing for Tsuyoshi Wada, and the questions are going to come up. Also, a “hey mom!” TV moment from the game last night.
The Cubs will play 7 of their next 13 games with a DH and have some interesting candidates for the role.
That question might have seemed crazy a couple months ago, but I think it’s very reasonable right now, all things considered.