The 29-year-old lefty is coming back from Tommy John surgery and could soon head out on a rehab assignment.
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Another good start for Montgomery is a reminder of what’s coming. Also: Rizzo is raking, Almora is gloving, and Brewers fans are standing.
A ridiculous and unnecessary moment in last night’s loss.
Jon Lester Isn’t About the Data, the Rotation is in Peril, Happy Schwarberversary, and Other Bullets
As long as Lester can work on mechanics and execution, then it doesn’t matter what he thinks of the data. Also: three years ago today, Kyle Schwarber happened.
It’s an injury for Bass and an option for Norwood, with three other relievers arriving for today’s doubleheader.
Chavez is the new super utility pitcher for the Cubs.
Yu Darvish Won’t Be Back for at Least a Few Weeks, But At Least Cubs Can Act with Clarity at the Deadline
Obviously we all want to see Darvish back as soon as possible, but there’s a small silver lining in the protracted timeline.
The Cubs closer doesn’t seem too concerned, but he’ll be out for at least a week, and it’s not clear from there.
Jason Heyward and Victor Caratini had great nights, Dexter Fowler did not but got some love, the Cubs’ Central lead grows, and more.
A nice depth move for a bullpen that might need an assist.
Oof: Brandon Morrow Back to the Disabled List with Biceps Inflammation, Anthony Bass Returning (UPDATE)
The Cubs have lost their closer to the DL yet again.
You can guess two of the teams ahead of them, but the third might be a mild surprise.
Theo Epstein Speaks: Adding at the Deadline, Turning Chatwood Around Quickly, Rizzo’s Struggles, Baez, Almora, More
The Cubs President is always open to the right deal, even bigger ones.
It’s good to have Cubs baseball back, and it kicks off with the Cardinals at Wrigley Field. How could you not like that?
Kyle Hendricks gets things started in the second-half.
Gotta love these knuckleheads having fun, eh? Jon Lester said it best.
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The Cubs are making a prolific offense work without all the dingers, and with more balls in play.
That was so dang much fun.
He deserves it, and so do we.
Don’t expect to see him until August.
Lester has had a great first half, but he’s gotten lucky too.
It’s the nature of the beast, and Bote is handling it as well as possible.