We’ve seen dips like this before, but it definitely stood out.
Category: Chicago Cubs News
Luke Farrell Has Been Impressive in a Tiny Sample, Though Eddie Butler is Eligible to Come Off the DL
I love how Farrell has looked in his three appearances, but it’s hard to know for sure that it should push the Cubs in any kind of new direction.
On a 100-win pace despite a tough early-season schedule. Did you realize either of those things?
That delay at the top of his windup is now gone-gone.
Tyler Chatwood might’ve unlocked a little something yesterday.
The Cubs can finish April right where you’d expect them. Also: even the Brewers know you have to play Wrigley differently.
That was a very productive weekend for the Cubs! Catch up here.
The Cubs pulled off the sweep, and they made it sting.
That’s three in a row for the Cubs, and a fantastic stretch for Cubs starting pitchers.
So good to see his name in the lineup again, and to know he’s got the right perspective.
What a great bounce-back outing for Darvish on a number of fronts. And so much nastiness.
The Cubs have won six of eight, and are at a new high water mark for the year above .500.
The Cubs left fielder is quickly becoming the total-package hitter he was meant to be.
There was so much to like about what Hendricks did last night, and what he’s done all April, actually.
Kris Bryant Update: Going Through Physical Activities, Hopefully in the Lineup Tomorrow (UPDATE to the Update: Face Guard)
I’ll join in the hope, but we’ll see when we see.
Bryant will return when Bryant is ready to return. Also: Joe Maddon says it’s not a matter of Yu Darvish not competing in the tough moments.
“Status Quo” for Kris Bryant, Who Is Still Sitting Out (Relieving Update: He’s Taking Batting Practice)
It’s impossible to know exactly what is going on at this point. Hopefully Bryant is – in a broader sense – OK.
It’s the first time the Cubs have been at the top of the list.
Addison Russell kinda just needs to hit the ball harder more consistently. I know, it seems overly simple.
Bryant will reportedly see the team doctor tomorrow in Chicago.
The Cubs president is digging what he’s seeing from this offense.
He’s the oldest manager in the game, but Joe Maddon sure doesn’t seem like it.
Get this kid in the system!
The Cubs’ two best hitters so far this year may not have been who you’d guess in Spring Training, but they’re earning it.
Hello, Cleveland! Good to see ya.