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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
God’s Wrathwatch: Soto is Rehabbin’

God’s Wrathwatch: Soto is Rehabbin’

So much freaking wrath this week. On the brighter side, Geovany Soto (strained oblique) is getting closer to being back with the Cubs. He started his rehab assignment yesterday with[Read More…]

by August 2, 2009 Chicago Cubs News

God’s Wrathwatch: Geovany Soto Starting Rehab Assignment

God’s Wrathwatch: Geovany Soto Starting Rehab Assignment

Geovany Soto has been out for a long time with an oblique strain, but he’s finally ready to starting a minor league rehab stint, and then return to the Cubs[Read More…]

by July 31, 2009 Chicago Cubs News
God’s Wrathwatch: Geovany Soto Could be Back Next Week

God’s Wrathwatch: Geovany Soto Could be Back Next Week

Chicago Cubs catcher Geovany Soto has been out for a couple weeks now with a strained oblique muscle, but he is recovering normally. [Soto] is swinging a bat while rehabbing[Read More…]

by July 29, 2009 Chicago Cubs News
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
God’s Wrath, er, Blessingwatch: Geovany Soto and Ryan Dempster Progressing Very Well

God’s Wrath, er, Blessingwatch: Geovany Soto and Ryan Dempster Progressing Very Well

The battery of catcher Geovany Soto and pitcher Ryan Dempster went down within days of each other before the All-Star break. The verdict on each had them out for more[Read More…]

by July 17, 2009 Chicago Cubs News
God’s Wrathwatch: Geovany Soto Hoping to Be Out Only Two or Three Weeks

God’s Wrathwatch: Geovany Soto Hoping to Be Out Only Two or Three Weeks

Though when Chicago Cubs catcher Geovany Soto was first placed on the disabled list late last week, the word was not good: out one month, minimum. But Soto, currently rehabbing[Read More…]


Sam Fuld Back to Chicago to Replace Soto

Sam Fuld is heading back to Chicago to take Geovany Soto’s place on the roster once he’s DL’d. Fuld was more than adequate in a brief stint a couple weeks[Read More…]

Sorry Steve Clevenger and Chris Robinson, But the Cubs Think You Suck

Sorry Steve Clevenger and Chris Robinson, But the Cubs Think You Suck

When starting catcher Geovany Soto went down this week with an oblique injury, the Chicago Cubs had to scramble for a back-up catcher. And despite two adequately performing catchers at[Read More…]

God’s Wrathwatch: Geovany Soto to the Disabled List, Could Be Out One Month

The worst part: Soto had an OPS well over .900 this past month. Was there ever any doubt that God was a Cardinals fan? Apparently, catcher Geovany Soto’s left-oblique strain[Read More…]

by July 10, 2009 Chicago Cubs News
God’s Wrathwatch: Soto Might Be Going to the DL

God’s Wrathwatch: Soto Might Be Going to the DL

The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh away. Or in the case of the Chicago Cubs, He just taketh away. Cubs catcher Geovany Soto might be headed to the disabled[Read More…]

by July 9, 2009 Chicago Cubs News

Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 5, White Sox 4 – June 26, 2009

Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 5, White Sox 4 – June 26, 2009

Overshadowed by the Milton Bradley ugliness was another great start by Randy Wells. And of course, a tremendous performance by Geovany Soto. I have three words for you, son.

by June 27, 2009 Enhanced Box Scores
In Case You Weren’t Paying Attention: the Cubs Suck with Runners in Scoring Position

In Case You Weren’t Paying Attention: the Cubs Suck with Runners in Scoring Position

The Chicago Cubs’ offensive woes this year are well-documented. But it’s not just a general suckiness offensively that’s burdening the club, there’s a specific, exceptional problem: the Cubs are the[Read More…]

by June 26, 2009 Analysis and Commentary