Two different approaches, sure. But what really matters is the two different situations.
Analysis and Commentary
It was an ugly month for the Cubs, and it could have been a lot better. Does that matter?
Three of the Cubs’ bats blew up in a big way last night – let’s look at the impact.
We all knew the strikeouts were a problem, but, more specifically, it’s the swinging and missing.
There are some ugly numbers, but, when you provide a little context, it’s easy to step back from the ledge.
In the span of nine innings, Castro went from “struggling” to being at the top of his game.
Thoughts on why Sammy Sosa wasn’t invited to celebrate at Wrigley last week, and why it was the right decision.
If I can divorce myself from the game outcome, the day was a pretty well-done thing.
If you’re the Chicago Cubs, and a giant cake of Wrigley Field eventually lands in a dumpster, it’s a national story.
Rizzo pulled it off last week, and it could be a very effective strategy to neutralize the shift.
The 33-year-old lefty “prospect” is dominating at AAA right now. Should we be paying attention?
We’ve seen the close losses. Does that mean the Cubs are better than their record says they are?
It’s just not a good idea, and the Cubs would gain an advantage by doing it much, much less.
The former full-time starter at second base is now something less than that, and it’s unclear what’s going to happen long-term.