No, I wouldn’t expect to see Bryant today or tomorrow, but the weekend has become plausible.
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According to Jeff Nuich, last night’s game was the most-watched Cubs game on CSN in four years.
There are reasons for mild concern about some aspects, but not yet any reason to be seriously concerned, overall.
What a game last night. Was it even better than Sunday’s win?
It’s a legitimate and worthwhile discussion about a baseball issue. But it’s probably going to get too much play today. Hopefully that ends tonight.
So far so good for Mike Olt, but Tommy La Stella is dealing with a side issue.
The Reds are already calling out Jason Heyward, claiming a dirty slide. Also: much more on yesterday’s win, and a smoothie update, since folks have asked.
It still feels so very good.
All in all, this was a pretty excellent weekend for Cubs fans.
Executive board member Carlos Villanueva has some thoughts on that very issue.
X-rays showed no break, and he’s currently day-to-day.
There are risks involved with batting pitchers eighth, but the Cubs may be giving something up to get something more.
Justin Grimm’s forearm injury isn’t considered “too serious” — which is good considering his role in the bullpen.
Every year, I forget just how frustrated Cubs games can make me. It is entirely irrational, and entirely understandable.
Yup, things have been as bad as it felt. But there are plenty of reasons to believe this is temporary.
Schlitter is the first guy up, with a need in the pen. Hopefully Grimm’s issue is not serious.
A free agent after this season, Fowler’s future with the Cubs likely depends on a number of factors.
Every strikeout, including a couple funny ones. Plus, it’s just nice to enjoy the Cubs beating the Cardinals again.