St. Louis has won just twice in their last ten games.
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The Cubs gain ground on their off-day, and I wonder about the best Wild Card match-up.
The Phillies are ready to start searching, and so are many, many other teams.
Yesterday wasn’t all bad.
The Harvey-Mets innings limit drama took yet another turn as New York heads toward the playoffs.
The Pirates are now just 4.5 games back of the Cardinals, and the Cubs are just a couple games behind that.
Pirates All-Star A.J. Burnett returns on Thursday, while Gerrit Cole gets skipped in the rotation.
Yesterday was a very good day.
The Cubs and Pirates remain far behind the Cardinals.
Everybody won yesterday except the Pirates, but a Cubs win still moves the needle.
He may get a better chance there than he was going to get in Chicago. (Er, with the Chicago Cubs, I mean.)
Here come the Nationals.
The Pirates and Giants both lost to “bad” teams.
How not to use your bullpen. Also, more potential executive movement, a chicken pox outbreak, and much more.
Yesterday wasn’t all bad, my friends.
Crazy stat about the Pirates, and the Cardinals’ easy path to 100 wins.
So many of the Cubs’ top prospects are going this year, including Willson Contreras, Pierce Johnson, Mark Zagunis, and Jeimer Candelario.
Kevin Kiermaier made a catch that rivals any home run robbery you’ve ever seen.
Although there’s always a chance movement elsewhere opens up spots, it seems like this is unlikely to impact the Cubs.
The Cubs are still in playoff position this month, even as we get anxious about losses.