Those two things don’t really have anything to do with each other, except that I dig them.
The full squad is there and practicing, and Tommy La Stella might be a fixture at third base.
A great memory, and an opportunity to get a little more hyped for the 2015 season.
It’s not just about getting the right guy in the 9-hole, it’s also about how long you expect the starting pitcher to be in the game.
Left field is still due for a May 11 opening, with the video board up and ready on Opening Day.
From an organizational weakness to an arguable organizational strength in just one year, the Cubs have a bunch of interesting catching prospects now. Don’t forget about Zagunis.
But the decision isn’t up to the front office at this point, it seems.
These deals have been expected for some time, and the proceeds will help fund the renovation and development projects at Wrigley Field.
Would you support shrinking the MLB regular season to 154 games?
That’s even after you account for the Red Sox adding Yoan Moncada.
Lots to discuss coming out of Arizona in the last couple days.
Commissioner Rob Manfred explained that the league has been engaging in a very thorough investigation.
The former Iowa Cubs player/coach is now an organization hitting consultant. The Cubs also announced the staff for their new Mental Skills Program.
There will be a virtual waiting room open at 9:30am CT. There’s also an advance sale on March 3 and 4 for a premium.
We know the duo improved dramatically in 2014, but how exactly did it happen, and how exactly could it play out in 2015?
Most are already in Arizona, so today is almost completely symbolic. In that spirit, let’s photoshop some beards.