His trophy, a replica trophy, and wondering if Brandon Phillips is mad. Pictorially.
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Carlos Quentin probably screwed up. Even more evidence that an International draft is coming soon. MLB really wants to nail reported PED’ers.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: The Mayor Sounds Very Optimistic, the Outfield Walls Are Probably Moving
Emanuel drops the “bottom of the 9th” line, and everyone seems to agree that significant changes are coming to the outfield walls.
He’s still so young, and he’s still making youthful mistakes.
Jorge Soler Suspended Five Games for Last Night’s Incident (UPDATE: No Additional Punishment from Cubs)
Theo Epstein says Soler is very remorseful, and will accept the punishment. The relative lightness of it is a bit surprising.
A whole host of updates on the status of renovation discussions. The Cubs want some night game flexibility, and seem to be working hard to do right by the rooftops.
If you hadn’t heard, some yahoo delivered a severed goat head to Wrigley Field for Tom Ricketts.
Lots of rain and sub-freezing wind chills are on the way.
From a buoyant high this weekend, to sudden silence, there are many explanations for why we’re still waiting on a deal. They’re probably all right.
The Chicago Cubs President of Baseball Operations is sticking to his long-term guns, knowing that it could be another painful year.
Chicago Cubs Will Have About $4.5 Million to Spend Internationally Next Year – But What About the International Draft?
That’s the second most in baseball, and a huge advantage for the Cubs compared to other teams.
A gum-related incident in the bullpen has me thinking about the metaphorical flavor of the Cubs.
If no news is good news, today’s silence has been magnificent.
Yesterday, Carlos Marmol was booed before he’d even thrown a pitch. And then again after he’d thrown just one pitch. James Russell is pretty unhappy about it.
Each of Matt Garza, Ian Stewart, and Darwin Barney are convalescing adequately, and could be back within a month.