Some teams might think so. Dale Sveum dug Travis Wood’s performance, Bryan LaHair is working on his swing, and the Cubs still need pitching depth.
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The Cubs had to make a move to open up a spot for Travis Wood, and Castillo wasn’t going to be back any time soon.
Garza vows to have a better outing next time. Travis Wood comes back up today, Bryan LaHair has to adjust, and Randy Wells is excited.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: The Mayor’s Office Grabs Some Leverage, But a Deal Will Likely Still Get Done
The latest in the Wrigley Field renovation discussions, and how the Joe Ricketts flap has impacted things.
The Cubs aren’t getting much production at the top, and Sveum is going to make changes.
When the Cubs head to an AL park in early June, Rizzo could come up – which leads to a whole bunch of questions.
With no fewer than eight roster moves in the last three days, it’s hard to keep up. Jeff Samardzija is still defending his pitch to Paul Konerko, and Alfonso Soriano thinks about surgery.
You can tell me if I slipped into a coma, can’t you?
He’ll miss four to seven days with a sprained MCL.
He’s likely to be a full-time bullpenner for now.
You didn’t expect this morning’s Bullets to be about much else, did you?
Chris Volstad to Iowa, Blake Lalli to Chicago (UPDATE: Travis Wood Will Take Volstad’s Rotation Spot)
Chris Volstad is officially out of the rotation. For now.
He’s expected to miss three to four weeks.
If true, thanks for the good times, Kerry.
The brain trust is huddling, deciding what to do. Casey Coleman, Randy Wells, and Travis Wood could replace him, but Wood is the most likely.