The monotony of spring, and what comes next. Also: meta on the life of writing about baseball.
Any potential downfalls for the 2016 Cubs? Also: the importance of corralling your carts.
The relative merits of Spring Training, Addison Russell’s power potential, swing adjustments, and race, culture, fandom, and baseball.
Last week’s big moves, the implications for the outfield, the nature of rotating players, and box socials for some reason
Spring Training is here, and so is our podcast about the Cubs.
A big change for one of the podcast hosts (hint: not me), and lots of chatter about silly things.
The tightening Cubs roster, and where the realistic holes may still lie.
Looking back at the incredible year the Cubs had, via the podcast medium. That means voices instead of words in print.
Jason Heyward got the bulk of the recent pub, but the Cubs did a whole lot else in the week before his signing.
The Cubs did a thing today. A big thing. Sahadev and I enjoy discussing that thing, and the implications thereof.
The Cubs’ early focus has been on a very specific kind of move, and the rest is coming.
That headline probably doesn’t mean what you think. How the Cubs will/should approach pitching and the outfield, Star Wars, cultural discourse.
World Series over, early rumors and the cascade effect, and a little on Twitter.
It’s time to wrap up the 2015 season.
The Cubs are headed to the NLCS and it’s surreal.
It’s nice to discuss the Cubs in the playoffs.
In the future, people will rate people on Peeple. Also: Wild Card Game starting lineup troubles, old school rules, and more.
We’re not too concerned.
A very serious podcast for very serious people. Not exactly.