What a one-two punch at the top of a rotation.
Category: Analysis and Commentary
Ranking third basemen right now in the sport is extremely hard, but it’s not hard to know who is on top.
When you just see the number, you might think they should be higher – but, actually, it’s pretty fair.
Hard not to love this guy. Let’s enjoy some of his best moments.
Each pitcher presents a different story when it comes to how he would impact the Cubs’ 2018 draft.
I think the Cubs have had a good offseason so far, all things considered.
You can’t spell Qonsistent without Q. … Sorry for that.
Doesn’t the best-pitched game ever get you into the Hall of Fame?
2017 may not have been the year of the comeback for the Cubs, but for a week in April, there was no team like them.
With enough money, you could have a shot at the playoffs with a team built from scratch in January.
2017 comes to a mixed close. Mostly good, though. I have many thanks to offer.
The Cubs once again don’t have an obvious choice. Would they go unorthodox again? Really, really unorthodox?
The Cubs still have many moves to go.
There’s a whole lot of meh projected for the Brewers in 2018.
I’ve got my five entries here for the top moments of the year. My guess is you agree with at least a couple of them.
The swing from 2016 to 2017 was enormous for the Cubs.
It’s the Brewers and the Cardinals, each of which have moves still to be made this offseason.
To the extent Cobb is seeking the same five years and $80 million that Leake got, that’s a tough sell.
Long story, short: You want this guy on your team.
The Cubs’ defense has been the best in the league over the past three seasons by a couple different measures.
How do we square the Cubs’ perceived lukewarm interest in retaining Arrieta with their apparent pursuit of Darvish?
Jon Lester was a beast, is a beast, and will probably keep being a beast next season.
Anthony Rizzo is the face of the Cubs, right?
Wow. So it’s not just hypothetical pundit chatter?
Cishek gets to keep working with the same pitching coach he found with the Rays … when he exploded.
It is in some ways very difficult to narrow the list down, and in other ways quite easy.