The Cubs’ odds to win the division are still rather enormous. But … I can’t blame frustration.
When the big league team loses a player, someone’s always right there ready to step up.
That was not a successful series.
No word on the severity yet. (UPDATE: Sounds like Montero is going to be OK, but Rizzo is day-to-day with back stiffness.)
The whole infield, and the top outfielder.
The Cubs will try to stave off the series sweep, and they’ve got the right man for the job on the mound.
The restrictions on the plaza would be fairly significant.
Eloy Jimenez is having a huge year, and that includes the All-Star game.
The Cubs’ bullpen looks very different than it did just a few days ago. How will it all shake out? How did Concepcion look last night?
Here’s the group to take on Michael Wacha today in the series ender.
Defense is, like, his thing, man.
The Cubs aren’t suddenly less impressive because they have a losing record in one-run games.
Worried that the Cubs haven’t signed many draft picks yet? Don’t.