That’s three wins in a row, and the second blowout in three days.
Travis Wood looks to continue his hot streak.
With new money coming in (maybe), and more money coming off the books (maybe), will/should the Cubs go after Ellsbury?
A breakdown of the years and dollars involved, and the old confirmed stamp of officially official.
How good must the Cubs be over the next couple months to avoid a sell-off? And if that isn’t going to happen, how bad do we want them to be?
Back to Wrigley Field for a set of those night game things.
I’m assuming he’ll now get many of your votes for the next Commissioner.
It’s been a long, long wait for the promising righty to make his full-season debut, but he did it yesterday.
The deal includes two option years that could keep Rizzo with the Cubs through 2021.
A big comeback late, and the Cubs take the series!
Scott Feldman will try to keep up his streak of great starts, and the Cubs will try to win a series in Washington.
Checking in on the preseason top ten Cubs prospects … it’s not exactly encouraging. Five injuries, two slumps, and a visa problem.
Garza could be back in 10 days. And a Happy Mother’s Day to you mothers out there.