One year ago today, a couple really awesome things happened, and nothing has been the same since.
Category: Analysis and Commentary
The guy has a nose for home plate. He’s also flying up the WAR boards.
One of the Cubs best upper-minor pitching prospect is making a surprising and important Major League debut.
Jon Lester has been around and he knows the score: some years are better than others, but the goal is always just to get into the postseason.
The lefty experienced much greater success in a more limited role, before becoming the regular leadoff hitter on August 3.
Just something I noticed looking at video of Schwarber’s swings lately. I don’t know if there’s anything here, but let’s tee it up.
Not necessarily because of where the Cubs are, but because of the matchup.
The Cubs’ overwhelming playoff odds are no longer that.
Jason Heyward has been getting worse and it’s not a pretty sight. There’s no gentle way to put it.
The Cubs’ offense has been wholly absent for over a week now. Perhaps they were tired?
The Cubs have a huge game this afternoon. The bullpen has some surprising stars. The Cubs are coming back from injuries.
Almora has not had much success against righties this season.
Are the Cubs in a position to let Davis walk? Are they in a position to commit huge dollars to a closer heading into his mid-30s?
The Cubs resisted the urge to put the pedal to the metal, so they didn’t burn out too early.
The Cubs’ fill-in shortstop has shown he can be a lot more than that.
Not too shabby for a guy who has started only 19 games this season.
Watch out, National League. Kyle Hendricks sure looks like he’s back on track.
The 8th inning truly has been a horror show for the Cubs this season.
The Cubs first baseman is barreling towards his fourth consecutive top ten finish in the NL MVP race.