What an incredible season it’s been. And now … I’m a little sad, but also nervous again.
The regular season closed in style this weekend. Plus quite a bit of analysis you may have missed.
You can play the Wild Card Game in Pittsburgh, but appropriating the Rally Bucket? You’ve crossed a line.
Cubs win. Cubs win. Cubs win. Repeat that 97 times.
Here we go. The regular season finale, and there’s something on the line.
Move over Kerry Wood, Mark Prior and the rest of the 2003 Cubs. The 2015 staff is full of record-breaking arms.
Hendricks dominated the Brewers last night en route to a fantastic close to his sophomore season.
Excitement on tap for this afternoon.
Great pitching gets the job done.
Kyle Schwarber gets another start in right, and Kyle Hendricks finishes up his season.
Only one season in the last century or so even comes close.
The more you watch it, the more absurd the catch becomes. I’m pretty sure he flew for just a little bit.
We may have gotten a preview last night of how the Cubs could handle the Wild Card Game. Also: Travis Wood’s role, Chris Coghlan’s usage, more.
The Pirates’ magic number for home field is down to just one.
Jake Arrieta did what he does, and the Cubs won yet again.
The Cubs are trying out an interesting defensive alignment in this one. Telling, perhaps.
The Cubs have had hot and cold streaks leading into the postseason in prior years. But what does it mean?
We probably don’t say enough just how good Russell has been with the leather.
The 18-year-old shortstop really blew up this year.
I wanted the front office to do something back in July. They didn’t. I was disappointed. I was wrong.