Category: Cubs Lineups
Can the Cubs keep their season alive?
Still no Ian Happ, but at least Schwarbs is in there.
Jason Heyward grabs some bench, despite strong splits in his favor.
It’s a brow-raising move for the Cubs manager, but he likes what he likes.
Game two comes against a lefty, so the Cubs are bringing in the lefty killers.
It’s Stephen Strasburg v. the Cubs. Let’s go.
Anthony Rizzo is back in the leadoff role!
This lineup looks an awful lot like something Maddon may trot out there on October 6
Rest is the word of the week for the Cubs.
Ain’t no rest for the … wait yes there is.
Javy Baez fouled one off his leg two days ago, but he’s back in the starting nine tonight.
The Cubs have a shot to secure their third straight postseason appearance tonight.
Luke Weaver is one tough matchup.
The Cubs young center fielder continues to play more and more.
A familiar group against the southpaws emerges.
And there’s plenty of lefties in this one tonight!
Ben Zobrist gets the night off tonight, as Baez takes over second base.
There’s a fair amount of movement in the lineup tonight, but in a familiar fashion.
Archer is tough on righties, but he’ll see just three of them tonight.
Lance Lynn is tough on righties, so Joe put in his lefties.
The Cubs got the series started right, can they follow up?
This is a big, big, big, big series.
The young Cubs catcher caught tonight’s starter, Jen-Ho Tseng, in Iowa earlier this year.
Joe Maddon writes up a familiar batting order.