The outfielder is back again after an up-and-down year.
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Back to Wrigley Field today, the Cubs have been hosting a nice uptick in attendance. And that’s very important going forward.
How is the Cubs’ bullpen looking right now, and who goes out when Ramirez is ready to return?
Yesterday’s was the best pitching performance by a Cubs pitcher this year, and the pitch count wasn’t too concerning.
All in all, it was a good weekend for the Cubs.
The move is more like a promotion than a demotion, and Schwarber’s stay in the bigs was enjoyable and instructive.
For the second straight week, after a couple down weeks, Jon Lester was solid.
Good news for rehabbing Cubs as Jorge Soler takes BP and Mike Olt takes the field for Tennessee.
There’s no expectation that the course on Schwarber will be altered any time soon.
Castro booted a grounder, and then held the ball in apparent frustration, which allowed another run to score.
A fun way to promote All-Star voting. Or a sad reflection upon the isolation wrought by celebrity. Mostly the first one.
Here’s hoping Schwarber keeps ripping the ball this weekend, but it’s not going to change anything.
96mph fastball down on the outer edge of the plate? No problem for Schwarber.
Yes, Bryant got the grand slam, but there were three other fun homers, too.
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Happ figures to start his career very soon in Arizona, and work up from there. The others are college seniors, presumably ready to get going.
He didn’t have an opportunity to impress too much last night, but I loved what Yoervis Medina did. Also, Neil Ramirez pitched.
It was the most incredible play last night in a game full of them. Russell’s conversion to second base so far has gone exceedingly well.
He certainly was last night. Also, love for Kyle Schwarber and Chris Coghlan.