Beeler gets the start tonight against the Rockies. Here’s hoping he keeps the ball down.
Chicago Cubs News
It’s not just the incredible plays. Russell has been special defensively.
Yes, La Stella. There’s an actual Tommy La Stella health update here.
The Cubs may go after short-term rentals, but not the priciest ones at the top of the market.
So much insanity packed into such a relatively short time. I can’t help but re-live some of it.
A deep, beautiful-sounding shot saved the day for the Cubs. Watch, re-live, and enjoy.
A big signing back in the 2012 offseason, Jackson never quite worked out with the Cubs. I learned some lessons.
It’s not clear what the future – near or long-term – holds for Olt, but he’s hot right now at AAA Iowa.
Even as you recognize one series doesn’t tell you *that* much about a team, you also have to recognize how harmful that sweep was.
Baez’s rehab in Arizona is likely winding down, with a return to Iowa on the horizon.
There were trades around the league and Cubs rumors, but the losses to the Phillies overshadowed things.
Jason Hammel, in for the save.
And, just for fun: Baez hasn’t struck out yet in Arizona.
Hamels was very, very good yesterday – but the fact that he threw a no-hitter isn’t going to change his market.
You just have to shake your head and acknowledge history.
The Cubs are still looking for pitching, even as they might also try and pick up a utility man. The offense is simply a more complicated upgrade than the rotation.
The Cubs reportedly signed Ryan Buchter to a minor league deal for left-handed organizational pitching depth.
You may or may not be shocked to learn something about the Cubs’ offense so far this year.
Bryant can send the ball a long way to the opposite field, even if he hasn’t done it much this year.
Kyle Schwarber, Gleyber Torres and Billy McKinney lead a new wave of highly touted Cubs prospects.