So many ups and downs for the Cubs this holiday weekend. Catch up if you took off.
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An MRI is possible in the morning, but Arrieta is tentatively optimistic.
It didn’t look good, as Arrieta was not able to throw a warm-up pitch.
The lefty was dominant at AAA, but didn’t really get a chance to shine with the big league team.
The Stare is Coming! Cubs to Call Up Catcher Taylor Davis, DFA Jacob Hannemann (UPDATE: Claimed by SEA)
The Cubs are adding another catcher, and a fun one at that.
Jake Arrieta has been very, very good.
The Cubs fill-in shortstop is back in the lineup after leaving the game early with a head injury yesterday. (UPDATE: Psych.)
The fears of plenty were brought WELL into the light yesterday when Javy Baez left the game.
Ian Happ is showing so much power as a young hitter.
They just had a very tough stretch of baseball and did very well.
The Cubs hit the road tonight decked out in football gear. Fun was had.
Baez looked shaken up in the top of the next inning.
Anthony Rizzo is so consistent, and so good.
Hey, that’s a good day right there.
The Cubs’ GM got into a range of topics as the calendar turns to September. Will the Cubs engage with Arrieta when free agency arrives?
If John Lackey keeps pitching this week, do you start considering him for a playoff start?
Maybe one of those two will wind up a Wild Card team after all.
Jed Hoyer confirms the Cubs’ involvement, but the Tigers got the deal they wanted from the Astros.