Likely an effort to change Soler’s mindset a little bit.
Lester kept the Brewers off balance, and didn’t get squared up much all day.
Jon Lester held the weakened Brewers down, and Addison Russell provided the only offense the Cubs needed.
A quick-swing rocket shot to left.
The Brewers sure have struggled this year, and they’re not even starting their A lineup. Go get ’em, Jon Lester.
He’ll be out well into 2016, which is a tough blow for the Reds.
The Cubs’ playoff odds right now are in the 60% range. Sounds pretty good to me. You?
Rather than a full year, drafted players may now be traded after that year’s World Series concludes.
Looking back at line-ups from April 2012 should provide a new sense of perspective on what’s happening at Wrigley Field.
It’s been an exceedingly rough start for the Brewers. May the Cubs lengthen their misery.
Did you know that the Cubs have turned the fewest double plays in baseball this year … by a really wide margin?
The Cubs are taking walks, getting on base, and buying in to an approach that makes pitchers work. Also: Schwarber, Russell, Wood, more.
The infielder returned to the Iowa Cubs last night with mixed results, but that was to be expected.
As we sit here today at the close of April, how and where does it look like the Cubs might direct their resources?
Travis Wood has been excellent so far this year. How was he through four starts last year?
The big league team is off today, but there’s a game to watch tonight.
A middle infielder at High-A, Lockhart profiles as a potential future utilityman.
Although it seems a little silly to say in April, there are quite a few deserving Cubs already.