The Cubs led into the 7th inning, but didn’t hold on. But that’s OK, because JON LESTER!
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The first game is on March 10, so you’ve got a little time to decide if you want to pull the trigger. Either way, should be lots of video this year.
The three might be the top contenders for the fifth starter job, but they aren’t alone. And, even if they were, the Cubs would have some tough choices.
Rockford, Fort Wayne, and Quad Cities folks, you’re in luck. More should be coming, though. Also: details on Phil Coke’s deal, and “expected” payrolls.
There shouldn’t be any retaliation concerns, right? Everyone knows this was completely inadvertent.
The Cubs were so close to sweeping the day, but blew a couple late leads. At least it’s only Spring. And there were some definite high notes.
I love it when the script writes itself. What a start.
Everyone is under contract and good to go. There are no surprises.
How about a lineup that features Alcantara, Soler, Bryant, Schwarber, and Russell? And another with Fowler, Rizzo, and Castro at the top?
The 32-year-old pitcher will compete to be the primary lefty in the Cubs’ pen.
It’s where Rizzo is expected to bat today, which may or may not mean anything. But I do like Rizzo there.
If you include the $25 million Joe Maddon signing, the Cubs spent more than any team in baseball this offseason.
The Cubs have two baseball games tomorrow. The Cubs have two baseball games tomorrow. The Cubs have two baseball games tomorrow. The Cubs …
That’s according to the first iteration of the FanGraphs Playoff Odds Report, anyway.
It actually becomes a complicated discussion rather quickly, and not somethings Cubs fans have had to consider in a while.
Bryant and Baez and Soler ripping it up, but also now some video of guys like Albert Almora and Kyle Schwarber.