That’s five years in a row for Joel, who is wildly popular at Wrigley Field.
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More reasons to bet on Chatwood breaking out with the Cubs. Also: we love you, Ernie.
Baseball is Fun: Well that near-blooper turned out awesome.
Good to have the lefty back in the bullpen after he was one of the stabilizing forces last year.
Baseball is Fun: YES. GIVE ME ALL THE BAT FLIPS.
It sounds crazy at first, but when you really dig into what Schwarber’s done and been through, it seems less crazy.
The big signing didn’t happen this weekend, but there was a whole lot to discuss. See what you missed.
Another possible reason for the sides to dig in their heels? Also, if the money isn’t going to free agents, should we see more extensions?
I actually really like the confidence. But is it even plausible that Heyward could be the team MVP?
A healthy Addison Russell who puts up plus offensive numbers would be a dramatic and immediate boon to the Cubs in 2018.
Some familiar and unfamiliar faces coming to Wrigley Field this summer.
Baseball is Fun: Show ’em how it’s done, Bartolo.
A speedy glove man who can provide depth, and perhaps a particular kind of impact late in the year.
Baseball is Fun: Don’t shoot the messenger! Also, just have fun.
Six games will be televised for now, with the rest available via audio.
MOAR PROSPECTS. And more development. Also, Bryant’s focus, Sammy’s return, and much more.
The full slate of coaches and coordinators for the Cubs this year.
“I see no wrong in taking the best players as personal goals …. What player doesn’t want to be the best at their position?”
The Cubs will keep looking for more pitching, even as Epstein says, “We feel like we certainly could break camp with what we have now.”
I am loving this right now.
Good to have the lefty back!
2017 was a bad year for Ben Zobrist. Perhaps a better physical foundation will improve his durability and performance in 2017? Either way, his role figures to change.
The Cubs are deep in negotiations for their next TV deal, which could include the creation of their own new cable channel. But would MLB let them think bigger?
It fits in every possible way except, perhaps, for the local and league politics.
He even goes so far as to say he’d love to do it. And he would probably be great, but I think there are better options.
Looking at the expected position players on the Cubs’ roster this year, you could argue it either way.