“We don’t start stuff, but we will stop stuff.”
Chicago Cubs News
Beat the Cardinals, Pirates lose, Giants lose, magic number shrinking …
Dude is having a DAY.
It’s very likely coming at some point, but it’s not the topic of the day while the Cubs are still playing.
Coghlan was not dirty and Kang was not at fault.
A must-sweep weekend series against the Cardinals, and a single-digit magic number.
Kang has a knee injury, and the incident offers an opportunity to discuss a long-accepted baseball practice.
The Cubs just erupted on the Pirates, and it started with this Rizzo blast.
The Starlin Castro rehabilitation tour continues with an incredible play last night. It’s been a great month and a half for Castro.
Expecting Soler to come back as an everyday starter is probably a mistake, given his absence and the dramatically changed roster.
More defensive shininess from Javier Baez, and one of the plays that defined last night’s game.
Today’s game against the Pirates is pretty huge for a number of reasons.
Gonna be a couple tough match-ups in that one for the Cubs, but the schedule pretty much required it.
The score book will remember the play only as a 9-3 groundout.
Willson Contreras and Javier Baez headline a list of six Cubs prospects who are minor league all-stars.
It’s fair to wonder how much time each will see at those positions going forward.
Lester was at his best last night when the Cubs really needed him to be.
The Giants lost late, so the Cubs’ magic number shrunk twice yesterday.
Beware, future baserunners! It was all a long con!
In theory, there’s no reason for concern.