Some of the biggest baseball oddities of the year, and one of the oddest of all helped the Cubs win the NLDS.
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The Cubs were involved in four of the wildest half-innings of the year … three for the wrong reasons.
Ryan, 26, was really good in 2016, and really ineffective in 2017.
The real reason the Cubs’ relievers struggled last year. Also, how high up does Big Z rank in the hitting pantheon?
Kris and his wife Jess gave Jess’s mom a tremendous gift.
It’s the Brewers and the Cardinals, each of which have moves still to be made this offseason.
Welcome back from what I hope was a wonderful holiday weekend for you. Catch up on the headlines you may have missed …
I hope Bartolo and Ichiro play forever.
Anthony Rizzo is the face of the Cubs, and I don’t think anyone has a problem with that.
Big, Positive Changes on Tap for the Cubs’ Pitching Infrastructure with the Additions of Hickey and Benedict
The Cubs’ behind-the-scenes pitching crew will look a lot different in 2018, and it could usher in a new era of success.
Stop teasing us, Bryce and Kris! (Actually, never stop teasing us.)
Baseball is Fun: If you think we have pace-of-play problems NOW, wait ’till you hear about 40-pitch ABs.
Anthony Rizzo is the face of the Cubs, right?
The 30-year-old righty has been up and down from AAA for many years, and even spent a season in Japan.
Kyle Schwarber is a man on a mission and I don’t know what could stop him.
Meeting with potential targets is a part of the normal process for the front office.
The deals you have to take care of for depth.
No worries about additional consequences this offseason.
The Cubs are joining up with the other major sports teams in Chicago to help the city and its citizens.
It is in some ways very difficult to narrow the list down, and in other ways quite easy.
Going big on a free agent starter every three years or so, eh, Mr. Epstein? Also: some concerning bits about Cobb, and also some heartening ones.
Miss anything this weekend? Peruse the happenings and catch yourself up.
The fascinating way the Cubs new reliever developed his cutter.
The 31-year-old sidearmer has almost never not been good.
The Yankees make the next move in the free agent pitching market, but I’m not sure it closes any doors for them or helps out any other teams.
Bye, Hector. You were good.