A Smoltz with any other team would not smell as sweet – or perform as well. John Smoltz is apparently close to signing with the St. Louis Cardinals. Smoltz, 42,[Read More…]
Post Tagged with: "Braves"
The Chicago Cubs unwelcome the hated St. Louis Cardinals (see what I did there?) for the two teams’ fourth series. It’s the last series before the All Star break, and[Read More…]
I am not trying to be a jerk, but everyone is writing this game up as “Kevin Hart has great first outing, Cubs fail to provide offense for him,” and[Read More…]
Great pitching performance for the Cubs by Carlos Zambrano in a pinch. But unfortunately, Javier Vazquez was just a little better.
At what point do we stop holding our collective breath with Randy Wells, and just accept that he is somehow a solid Major League starter? Whatever that threshold is, he’s[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs now welcome the Atlanta Braves for a three-game set at Wrigley. The Braves aren’t quite the team they once were, but hey, neither are the Cubs. A[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs now head to Pittsburgh to take on the Pirates. If a series with the Pirates doesn’t cure what ails the Cubs, nothing will. Hmm. Seems I’ve tried[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs head up to the saddest city in the United States to take on the Tigers. Bring your checkbook, boys, and get a house for $14.95. That was[Read More…]
Lots of hits. Lots of walks. Great pitching. And a loss.
I know it’s just a makeup game, but it’s still, um, a real game. Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella plans to sit some regulars today against the Atlanta Braves –[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs head to Great American Ballpark to take on the Cincinnati Reds and the greatest manager in all the land, Dusty Baker. A refresher on the series preview[Read More…]
Another blown lead, another extra inning game. How the hell did the Cubs win this one?
If there was ever a game that collectively stepped on your nuts, it was this one. And by your nuts, and I mean Randy Wells’ nuts. So much blame to[Read More…]