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First Spring Training Lineup Holds Clues for the Season

First Spring Training Lineup Holds Clues for the Season

The Chicago Cubs will play their first Spring Training game tomorrow, and manager Lou Piniella has released the lineup for the game: 1. Ryan Theriot¬† SS 2. Kosuke Fukudome RF[Read More…]

by March 3, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Someone’s Gonna Bat Leadoff, But Lou Piniella Doesn’t Know Who

Someone’s Gonna Bat Leadoff, But Lou Piniella Doesn’t Know Who

Most of the Chicago Cubs’ lineup this year is set. We know that Derrek Lee and Aramis Ramirez will hit three and four. We know that Marlon Byrd and Alfonso[Read More…]

by February 23, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Geovany Soto is in Better Shape, Not on Drugs

Geovany Soto is in Better Shape, Not on Drugs

It seems like eons ago that Geovany Soto broke out, and then took home the National League Rookie of the Year award. So terrible was his 2009 campaign that it[Read More…]

by February 17, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Pitchers and Catchers Report Today – Except a Bunch Already Have

Pitchers and Catchers Report Today – Except a Bunch Already Have

If you’re of the kind who likes to designate a day before Opening Day as the start to the 2010 season, today is probably that day. Today is the official[Read More…]

by February 17, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Spring Training Participants

Spring Training Participants

Here’s a helpful recap of the players participating in Spring Training with the Chicago Cubs this year – pitchers and catchers report this week. Thanks to¬†Bruce Miles for putting this[Read More…]

by February 16, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Carlos Zambrano is in Shape, and in Arizona

Carlos Zambrano is in Shape, and in Arizona

Pitchers and catchers report to Mesa, Arizona in 10 days, but that doesn’t stop them from showing up early if they’re so inclined. And Carlos Zambrano is so inclined. And[Read More…]

by February 7, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Live Together, Die Alone: LOST and the Chicago Cubs

Live Together, Die Alone: LOST and the Chicago Cubs

“Every man for himself is not going to work. It’s time to start organizing. We need to figure out how we’re going to survive here. Now, I found water. Fresh[Read More…]

by February 2, 2010 Analysis and Commentary

The 2010 Chicago Cubs Batting Order is Largely Set

Without too many moving parts from last year to this, the batting order for the Chicago Cubs is not as prone to questioning as it has been in years past.[Read More…]

by January 18, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
The Cubs Lost in 2009 Because They Were Fat – Now They’re Not

The Cubs Lost in 2009 Because They Were Fat – Now They’re Not

Conditioning in baseball is a funny thing. For every athletic freak, there are plenty of David Wells and Cecil Fielders out there who don’t really need to do the whole[Read More…]

by January 16, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Chicago Cubs’ Non-Roster Invitations to Spring Training Have Gone Out

Chicago Cubs’ Non-Roster Invitations to Spring Training Have Gone Out

The Chicago Cubs have finalized their non-roster (i.e., not on the 40-man roster) invitee list for this year’s Spring Training. The list is an even mix of career minor leaguers[Read More…]

2010 Cubs Convention Attendees Finally Announced

2010 Cubs Convention Attendees Finally Announced

The 2010 Cubs Convention attendees list has finally been released, and it features new Cub Marlon Byrd and new Hall of Famer Andre Dawson (I don’t see him going to[Read More…]

by January 11, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
The 2009 Chicago Cubs: Recalling Those “Worst Case Scenarios”

The 2009 Chicago Cubs: Recalling Those “Worst Case Scenarios”

Oh those Chicago Cubs. They are, as always, predictably unpredictable – with the exception that they are predictably disappointing. Now, with the advent of 2010, we can finally reflect dispassionately[Read More…]

by January 1, 2010 Analysis and Commentary
Cubs Probably Aren’t Getting Heath Bell

Cubs Probably Aren’t Getting Heath Bell

Jim Hendry has said that the Chicago Cubs are looking for another reliever, preferably a veteran righty. As horrible an idea as we’ve repeatedly said this is, we don’t really[Read More…]

by December 8, 2009 Chicago Cubs Rumors
Geovany Soto Will Be in Better Shape Next Year if He Can Lay Off the Pidgeon Peas

Geovany Soto Will Be in Better Shape Next Year if He Can Lay Off the Pidgeon Peas

As documented in these here pages, Geovany Soto attributed his Rookie of the Year 2008 campaign to a strict offseason workout and diet regimen, as developed by former Cubs pitcher[Read More…]

by October 30, 2009 Chicago Cubs News
Koyie Hill is an Awesome Guy

Koyie Hill is an Awesome Guy

Chicago Cubs catcher Koyie Hill stepped up for the team this year when Geovany Soto struggled and got hurt. No, Hill didn’t replace Soto’s 2008 production, but he gave the[Read More…]

by October 30, 2009 Chicago Cubs News
Moderately Obsessive Hitting Coach Watch: Rudy Jaramillo is Going to Get Paid

Moderately Obsessive Hitting Coach Watch: Rudy Jaramillo is Going to Get Paid

The Chicago Cubs are on the verge of signing a new hitting coach, Rudy Jaramillo of the Texas Rangers. And they aren’t just going to sign him, they’re going to[Read More…]

by October 20, 2009 Chicago Cubs Rumors
Cubs Expected to Pursue Chone Figgins

Cubs Expected to Pursue Chone Figgins

You know that the 2009 season is officially over for a team when the rumors about their off-season moves begin to swirl. For the Chicago Cubs, it’s going to center[Read More…]

Geovany Soto to Chicago, Micah Hoffpauir to Iowa

The Cubs activated Geovany Soto (finally!) for tonight’s game, and in a corresponding move sent Micah Hoffpauir to AAA Iowa (as I predicted – sort of… hey, just let me[Read More…]

by August 7, 2009 Chicago Cubs News
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…]

God’s Wrathwatch: Geovany Soto Could Be Back As Soon As Wednesday

God’s Wrathwatch: Geovany Soto Could Be Back As Soon As Wednesday

Chicago Cubs catcher Geovany Soto has been out for, well, a long time with a strained oblique. Fortunately, he’s been rehabbing successfully (he went 1-2 in a rehab outing last[Read More…]

by August 4, 2009 Chicago Cubs News

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