A Friday night episode of the podcast? Sure, why not. So much to discuss!
Not good with the ladies? No worries. You might have better luck with scouts.
Last week’s Draft was huge, but do we really know how huge? Also, why do trades happen the way that they do?
Also: how much is Kevin Gregg worth in trade, really?
What exactly are we looking for from Matt Garza over the next couple months? What’s coming for Starlin Castro? And what’s up with David Price’s arm?
BN Podcast Episode 27: Baez K’s, Stewart Oddities, Rotational Crowding and a Kevin Gregg Retrospective
Kevin Gregg last closed for the Cubs in 2009. What did the Cubs’ world look like in 2009?
Is the record a fair reflection of the team, and where do they go from here?
The Wrigley renovation deal is done, the Cubs’ bullpen is in shambles, and Sahadev covers covering the beat.
Let’s have some fun with small sample sizes, but also what we’re seeing with our eyes.
Samardzija’s dominance, Marmol’s quick hook, Lillibridge’s rough debut, and Rizzo’s emergence. So much Cubs baseball to discuss … and it was just one game.
What’s on tap for the Cubs? For the other 29 teams? For the playoffs? For the break-out players?
BN Podcast Episode 21: Everything is Depressing, Guys Are Injured, and the Cubs Should Stay in Wrigley
Sahadev can’t help but keep bringing us down. At least it was funny.
BN Podcast Episode 20: Baseball America’s Ben Badler Talks International Prospects and Other Goodness
Who’s the next Yu Darvish or Yoenis Cespedes? What does Ben think of the Cubs’ latest signings? How does the future look for international free agents?
The podcast doesn’t skip a beat. How much is Theo Epstein worth? Is Carlos Marmol going to be traded? How valuable is versatility?
Are the Cubs doing themselves a disservice by not pushing Soriano out the door as soon as possible?
BN Podcast Episode 17: Spring Training with Tim Sheridan, Filling Out the Bullpen, and Campanization of Fans
The man behind the mic for the Cubs in the Spring tells all about what it’s like to be in Mesa with the Cubs. Also: bullpen bits, Campana bits, and Garza injury bits.
How should we feel about Tony Campana being DFA’d? And how will the 2013 Cubs fare without him? Am I being serious right now?
One of the brightest prospecting minds out there lends us his perspective on a variety of subjects, including a number of Cubs prospects.
Episode 14 of the BN Podcast: Let’s Talk PITCHf/x Data with Harry Pavlidis and Make Ourselves Smarter
You’re about to go to school. But, like, a fun school. Like, you learn stuff, but you also play Heads Up Seven Up.
Is the rotation really better than last year? Is the Wrigley renovation funding plan really a good one? Was the Convention really a beer-assisted good time?
Is Hairston a good fit? What should the Cubs do about Garza? And why might the Cubs invite Sammy Sosa to come back to the organization?
It’s a super-sized edition of the podcast for you, touching on the Hall of Fame, the latest Cubs rumors, and lady-pickin’-up-skillz.
What are some of the better (worse?) moments from 2012, and what are the Cubs going to do with that rotation depth? Also: aliens.
This week’s podcast hits the Cubs stuff as hard as it hits the totally unrelated stuff.
What exactly did the Ian Stewart and Nate Schierholtz signings tell us about the future of the Cubs?
Rumors abound this week, and we talk about a great many names to which the Cubs have been attached.