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.
Garza is as hard on himself about his first half as anyone. Jeff Samardzija isn’t giving up the curveball, Ryan Dempster could start Sunday, and Dale Sveum wonders what if.
Pitching well can only help the Cubs. Carlos Marmol has the closer job back, Luis Valbuena is the 3B starter, and the Cubs might carry three starters.
At least he will be this weekend. Rudy Jaramillo is bummin’, the Cubs did some good Draftin’, and AJ Pierzynski almost did some Cubbin’.
Matt Garza was good yesterday. Dale Sveum is ready to keep playing Tony Campana, is ready to use Randy Wells out of the pen, and was almost ready to pull Carlos Marmol.
That’s the day before Opening Day. Dale Sveum loves his rotation, Tony Campana is bummed, Joe Mather is stoked, and Larry Lucchino loves stirring the pot.
Milwaukee Brewers center fielder/blight Nyjer Morgan does a video for PETA in which he professes his love for his cat. Yes, I’m conflicted.
April and May could be tough sledding for the Cubs. Randy Wells and Travis Wood will start tomorrow, MLB may hate the Rangers, and the back-up catchers are fighting.
The Cubs and Red Sox love to fight, Baseball American doesn’t love Gerardo Concepcion, Ozzie Guillen loves to talk, and I love cat sleepwear.
The 2012 Cubs would be a lot better with Matt Garza. But what about the 2013 and 2014 Cubs? What to do, what to do.
Garza requested a lofty $12.5 million and the Cubs offered just $7.95 million.
It may still be unlikely, but what’s wrong with cheering for a huge LaHair season in 2012? Rudy Jaramillo lends a hand, Chicago ad men are upset, and a meta discussion on the nature of reporting rumors nowadays.
Cubs Prospects Continue to Get the Love – Brett Jackson is the 5th Best Outfield Prospect in Baseball
On the offensive side, the Cubs’ farm system already looks bright. About those pitchers…
The Cubs’ de facto ace says he’d be open to staying in Chicago long term.