One game since Saturday. I am losing my grip.
Category: Chicago Cubs News
No. No, sir. You guys are not going to make me feel better this morning with your smiles.
A late scratch.
The left-handed lottery ticket is feeling good and can’t wait to contribute.
Hooray! Anthony Rizzo returns.
Doesn’t it always feel great when Tommy La Stella steps to the plate as a pinch-hitter? Don’t you feel confidence? You should.
With rainouts aplenty, the Cubs will have to plan on a sixth starter sooner or later.
Tyler Chatwood goes tomorrow.
Another day, another weather bummer.
Name a more exciting player. I suppose I can think of just one.
Navarro heads back to Iowa.
The Cubs only got two games in, but it was a busy weekend.
The Braves sure weren’t happy about yesterday’s conditions.
It’ll be made up on May 14.
A Bad Day for Yu Darvish, An Evolving Kris Bryant, A Crazy Minor League Celebration, and Other Bullets
Sure wish yesterday’s outing had looked different, but here we are.
Kinda, kinda not. But at least it’s a thing that exists.
“If you went to Puerto Rico, he fits in real well. You wouldn’t be that concerned with how he plays the game. He plays with a joy.”
Rizzo is getting over a back issue, and can come of the DL on Monday.
Ian Happ takes over in center field.
If the Cubs make sense for Bryce Harper, couldn’t they also make sense for Manny Machado?
Schwarber’s great game yesterday shouldn’t go unnoticed despite the loss.
From a struggling start to the season to the best power in baseball.
With some changes at Wrigley Field paving the way.
Baez says he learned a lesson, Lester bounces another one (in a good way), and more.
Well that stinks. Congrats, Dodgers.