Castro’s single drove in the game-winning run yesterday, but it was what he did after that impressed me more.
More games like last night’s please. Much bats. So arms. Such wow.
Earlier this Spring, it seemed like there was no question that he was still *the* starting second baseman. Now?
It’s the image – well, the collection of images shown in rapid sequence to approximate a video – that will stick in my mind.
Theo Epstein says it’s 50/50 we see a move in the next two weeks. Nate Schierholtz is drawing a lot of interest, but he’s valuable to the Cubs, too. Much more.
My take on the 2013 Convention, complete with stories, pictures, and hanging pretzels.
The Cubs’ top starter continues to work his way back from a stress reaction in his elbow.
When making offers to free agents, the Cubs may have a slight tax advantage over other big market teams.
His scan turned up clean, and he’s “cleared for takeoff.”
A message from Matt Garza?! Hoora…. er. Um. Wait.
Crap show, The Twitter, eye-ballin’ … but no golly? No cat’s pajamas? Also, the Cubs don’t fare so well on a new prospect list.
Garza clearly did not like the Mike Quade-led Cubs very much, and instead is a big Dale Sveum fan.
I doubt it involves the Cubs, but it sounds exciting nevertheless.
Who cares how the Cubs game ended yesterday? Ron Santo is finally in the Hall of Fame.
Ah, baseball cards. Good memories.