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Jake Fox is Not a Starter – A Statistical Examination

Jake Fox is Not a Starter – A Statistical Examination

On Friday, May 8, the Chicago Cubs were playing the Milwaukee Brewers. It was a nondescript, early season game. In the third inning, Ryan Braun drove a hard grounder down[Read More...]

by October 21, 2009 Analysis and Commentary
Dave Kaplan May Be the Most Overpaid Writer in the Cublogoverse

Dave Kaplan May Be the Most Overpaid Writer in the Cublogoverse

Chicago Cubs writer Dave Kaplan set off a firestorm yesterday when he posited that Carlos Zambrano May Be the Most Overpaid Player in the Game. That suggestion, alone, would have[Read More...]

by August 10, 2009 Cublogoverse
God Relents: Soto is Back, But Who Goes Out?

God Relents: Soto is Back, But Who Goes Out?

Chicago Cubs catcher Geovany Soto finally returns today from a strained oblique, an injury that’s had him out for the better part of a month. Soto, who had just started[Read More...]

by August 7, 2009 Analysis and Commentary, Chicago Cubs News

Aaron Miles Returns, and Bats Second – Um, What?

Aaron Miles came back to the Cubs today (one of the team’s best relievers, Jeff Stevens, was demoted to make room) and spelled Ryan Theriot at short. That part is[Read More...]

Aaron Miles is Coming Back

Aaron Miles is Coming Back

Remember Aaron Miles? I imagine you were all too happy to forget the Mendoza-line (.200) hitting infielder when he went down with an elbow injury earlier this year. The Cubs[Read More...]

by August 5, 2009 Analysis and Commentary, Chicago Cubs News

Andres Blanco Has a Made Up Strained Calf

Ok, well, maybe it’s legitimate, but Blanco developed the injury just in time for the Cubs to activate Tom Gorzelanny to start last night against the Reds. In a corresponding[Read More...]

by August 5, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions
Lilly, Dempster, Soto Injury Updates

Lilly, Dempster, Soto Injury Updates

The Chicago Cubs have so many players recovering from injuries, it is, at times, difficult to keep them all straight. For example, what the hell happened to Aaron Miles? Don’t[Read More...]

by July 19, 2009 Chicago Cubs News
The Cubs Are Interested in Julio Lugo

The Cubs Are Interested in Julio Lugo

The Red Sox designated Julio Lugo for assignment yesterday, pulling the plug halfway through a poorly-timed and probably ill-conceived contract given out at the high of the free agent boom.[Read More...]

by July 18, 2009 Chicago Cubs Rumors
Reed Johnson’s Rehab Assignment: Follow Aramis Ramirez

Reed Johnson’s Rehab Assignment: Follow Aramis Ramirez

Outfielder Reed Johnson is coming back from a back injury, and he’ll be starting a rehab assignment today in Peoria – along with Aramis Ramirez. He’s expected to play three[Read More...]

Report: Cubs Have Acquired Jeff Baker from the Rockies

Well this certainly came out of nowhere. The Chicago Cubs have acquired Jeff Baker(notes) from the Colorado Rockies, according to a source close to the club. It is unclear who[Read More...]

Aaron Miles Back to the DL, Where He Has Been the Most Successful This Year

The Chicago Cubs are expected to place infielder Aaron Miles on the disabled list later today with a hyperextended elbow. Miles has been unavailable for half a week since he[Read More...]

Mark DeRosa, sigh, Has Been Traded to the Cardinals

No details at this time, but the Cleveland Indians have traded Mark DeRosa to the worst possible place of all: St. Louis. Mark DeRosa is going to be a Cardinal.[Read More...]

by June 27, 2009 MLB News and Rumors
Cubs Aren’t Looking for a Bat Until After Aramis Ramirez Comes Back

Cubs Aren’t Looking for a Bat Until After Aramis Ramirez Comes Back

The Chicago Cubs offense has been scuffling terribly for months. Some would say it coincides with the removal of Aramis Ramirez’s bat from the lineup, but it is not as[Read More...]

Cubs Stick With Absurd Number of Pitchers For Now

Cubs Stick With Absurd Number of Pitchers For Now

When Rich Harden returned from the disabled list this weekend, the Chicago Cubs sent down an infielder, despite the fact that the team already had 12 pitchers (more than the[Read More...]

by June 16, 2009 Analysis and Commentary, Chicago Cubs News

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