The Cubs’ president of baseball operations had words of wisdom, intertwined with anecdotes about the team he leads.
Category: Chicago Cubs News
Kyle Hendricks and Jon Lester are flip-flopping.
With Ian Happ hitting as well as he is, does Anthony Rizzo now have protection so that Ben Zobrist can permanently move to the top?
The Cubs and Brewers had a strange and contentious weekend.
The Brewers are peeved that the Cubs called yesterday’s game so early, and seem to wonder if there was an ulterior motive.
The Cubs shuffle the roster around a bit to bolster the bullpen and return Jason Heyward.
Jake Arrieta knows he’s got a mechanical issue or two. Also: the Cardinals missed out on a top target, and then traded Matt Adams.
Happ stays, and La Stella will likely be riding the bus once again.
No makeup date announced just yet.
Eddie Butler couldn’t get a feel yesterday, and it resulted in an outing as ugly as the conditions.
Will Happ stay? Will he start every day? What happens to the other infielder-outfielders? Also, the way Lester gets past the yips, and much more.
The 21-year-old righty is in the midst of a breakout season, and is a top 100 prospect in baseball.
The committee that helps guide the future of the game is now bigger and more diverse.
On a tough night to pitch, Kyle Hendricks did what we know he can do. Also: Butler’s style with the Cubs, Schwarber’s apology, Bryant’s bat, and more.
Heyward could return as soon as this weekend, which will bring the Ian Happ question to the forefront.
Pierce Johnson gets the call to The Show, while Jeimer Candelario has been sent back to Iowa.
The Cubs can be both frustrating and disappointing in the present, but Epstein sees good things ahead. And if they have to make additions, they will in time.