Oh yeah. I made that headline happen. Wada was thought to be done starting this year. Jokisch gets his first big league start.
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No real surprise there. With the season almost over, though, the long-term question is the more important one.
Among the most fun moments in all of sports. I love it.
Yahoo’s Jeff Passan and Tim Brown made some picks. Jake Arrieta doesn’t get any Cy Young love, for what that’s worth.
Recall, that’s where Kyle Schwarber will be doing extra work behind the plate to try and stick there long-term.
The options are complicated and enticing, both in the near and long-term. Also, a relevant tangent on streaming rights.
There’s no more “pretty much” about it. Also, a disappointing prospect season, a BP get-together, and more.
The Emeralds replace the Boise Hawks as the Cubs’ Northwest League affiliate.
A shift in the rotation gives Hendricks two more starts, including the season finale.
Not unlike his outing yesterday. It’s been a disappointing two seasons, to say the least. What happens now?
The Cubs have a new Northwest League affiliate. That’s three moves in one week.
I can’t imagine it was an easy decision, but player development considerations trumped all.
Does Bryant have a real shot at making the Opening Day roster? Isn’t it too early to even ask?
Not because of some major injury or anything. It’s just time to shut him down, and give a start to someone else.