Rizzo’s first serious display of power this year.
Chicago Cubs News
The Red Sox and Yankees are still on top.
Fingers crossed on a positive outcome for Ramirez, but, even in a good scenario, the Cubs may need to make a roster move.
When it comes to baseball players, that’s a good thing. Wood was dominant last night. Also: Bryant as number one, Maddon calls for Schlitter, and Rally Beaver.
The Cubs have four pitchers on the disabled list. Checking in on each.
I’ll answer my own question with a “not quite,” but a call-up at Wrigley Field for the weekend is looking more possible.
Comments from Commissioner Manfred and a report out of Tampa Bay imply there may be something.
Not only is Castillo doing well in his role on the bench, a shifting roster could make three catchers still plausible.
Given the recent bullpen usage, this move actually makes a whole lot of sense.
Miguel Montero is beginning to show off the defensive assertiveness that made the Cubs want him in the offseason.
No, I wouldn’t expect to see Bryant today or tomorrow, but the weekend has become plausible.
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.