Quite a bit of work going on at the park this weekend. See for yourself.
Chicago Cubs News
Adding pitching, celebrating players, updating the renovation, and competing in 2015. Plus much, much more.
How rapidly? How low? What can be done about it? Shouldn’t we have more umpires like Leslie Nielsen?
It could happen in a few years, once the renovation is complete. That would be a blast.
It’s years in the making. At last: we can let it all out.
One impact, front-end type, and then a second, stable quality starter.
Cubs Business President Crane Kenney today expressly left open the possibility that the Cubs could figure out the big money deal this year.
The ceremony is tomorrow morning, and it’ll be sans outer outfield walls. Because they’re gone.
Russell, Vogelbach, and Hannemann, all in action. Also: C.J. Edwards pitches tomorrow … is 2015 a realistic year for his big league debut?
Eric Hinske slides into the assistant hitting coach role. And, with that, the coaching staff is set.
It’s not easy getting a quality 24-year-old lefty reliever for free, but the Cubs seem to have managed it.
It was just one year ago that things behind the plate were looking grim.
At long last: the official ceremony is coming.
Games are slated to open up on March 5, and end on April 1.