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Why the Final Week Rainout and the Last Game Loss Were Blessings

The 2010 Major League Baseball draft order is out, pending changes due to free agency signings, and the Chicago Cubs come in at 16th. That the Cubs are 16th and[Read More…]

Ted Lilly Wants Mark DeRosa Back

Ted Lilly Wants Mark DeRosa Back

It is officially the offseason, at least as far as the Chicago Cubs are concerned. And with the offseason comes all kinds of unsolicited advice on what moves the Cubs[Read More…]

by October 5, 2009 Chicago Cubs Rumors

Cubs Trade Jason Dubois to Mets

A ho hum minor league deal to the Cubs, the acquisition of Jason Dubois could actually mean something to the Mets, constantly reeling from injuries (not unlike the Cubs, actually).[Read More…]

by August 8, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions
Chicago Cubs: Dumping Players, and the Measure of Regret

Chicago Cubs: Dumping Players, and the Measure of Regret

The All Star break marks the not-really-but-figurative mid-point of the season. It always seems like a good time to reflect on pre-season items, and how things have played out (read:[Read More…]

by July 14, 2009 Analysis and Commentary
Details on the Mark DeRosa to Cardinals Trade

Details on the Mark DeRosa to Cardinals Trade

If you’re feeling weepy about the fact that not only is Mark DeRosa not coming back to the Cubs, but also is going to the worst possible place – St.[Read More…]

by June 28, 2009 MLB News and Rumors

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
Enhanced Box Score: Indians 2, Cubs 6 – June 21, 2009

Enhanced Box Score: Indians 2, Cubs 6 – June 21, 2009

Pfft. Sure, they won. But where’s the walk-off?

by June 22, 2009 Enhanced Box Scores
Enhanced Box Score: Indians 5, Cubs 6 – June 20, 2009

Enhanced Box Score: Indians 5, Cubs 6 – June 20, 2009

Three straight walk-off wins for the Chicago Cubs. Considering how unbearable the last month has been, they are exceedingly surprising and exceedingly welcome. That said, I can’t help but feel[Read More…]

by June 21, 2009 Enhanced Box Scores
Mark DeRosa Does Not Hate Lou Piniella

Mark DeRosa Does Not Hate Lou Piniella

Earlier in the year, there was some soft buzz about the Mark DeRosa trade, which had taken place over the offseason. Lou Piniella, the rumor went, was frustrated with Mark[Read More…]

Enhanced Box Score: Indians 7, Cubs 8 – June 19, 2009

Enhanced Box Score: Indians 7, Cubs 8 – June 19, 2009

No. Freaking. Way. Of course, Debbie Downer points out that Rich Harden got his ass kicked. But Positive Polly has but one thing to say…

by June 20, 2009 Enhanced Box Scores
The Cubs Are Power Ranked

The Cubs Are Power Ranked

I don’t know why every ranking of Major League Baseball teams in the universe are called “power rankings” (because baseball involves power, I guess?), but they are. And the first[Read More…]

The Sixth Cut is the Barely-Worth-Writing-About-est

The Sixth Cut is the Barely-Worth-Writing-About-est

The Chicago Cubs made a mini-cut yesterday, outrighting outfielder (wow, back-to-back “out” words – I could add the word “outwardly” to the front and make it a three-fer) Brad Snyder[Read More…]

The Cublogoverse Picked Up a News Cubs Player Blog

The Cublogoverse Picked Up a News Cubs Player Blog

When Mark DeRosa was dealt to the Cleveland Indians this Winter, it was not only a serious blow to the Chicago Cubs on the field, it was a crotch kick[Read More…]

by March 15, 2009 Cublogoverse

Spring Training Battlewatch: March 4, 2009

The Chicago Cubs played two meaningless exciting Spring Training games yesterday. Perhaps the most important thing to come out of them was the healthy performance of Milton Bradley. Of course,[Read More…]

by March 5, 2009 Chicago Cubs News
Lou Piniella Hates Mark DeRosa, Until He Doesn’t

Lou Piniella Hates Mark DeRosa, Until He Doesn’t

Everyone was surprised when the Chicago Cubs dealt Mark DeRosa to the Cleveland Indians for prospects two months ago – well, except those of us who (erroneously) assumed the deal[Read More…]

The Cubs Will Be Fine Without Mark DeRosa

The Cubs Will Be Fine Without Mark DeRosa

You can’t go to too many corners of the Cublogoverse these days without reading some angry diatribe about the Mark DeRosa trade. In late December, DeRosa was traded to the[Read More…]

by February 7, 2009 Analysis and Commentary
Obsessive Peavywatch: The Padres Want Everyone

Obsessive Peavywatch: The Padres Want Everyone

Goat Riders say they recently heard a report on XM radio regarding a Cubs trade for Jake Peavy. The rumored bounty it would take to land the Padres ace are[Read More…]

by January 25, 2009 Chicago Cubs Rumors
The Sporting News Says the Cubs Have Had a Bad Offseason, Don’t Need Peavy

The Sporting News Says the Cubs Have Had a Bad Offseason, Don’t Need Peavy

While I appreciate the difficulty a “general” sports media source may have in covering every single team in every single sport with the same depth that a blog dedicated to[Read More…]

by January 23, 2009 Analysis and Commentary
Garrett Olson and Henry Williamson are Cubs

Garrett Olson and Henry Williamson are Cubs

A couple of new faces showed up on the Cubs’ doorstep yesterday in exchange for outfield Felix Pie – you know, the guy that the whole world knew the Cubs[Read More…]

by January 22, 2009 Analysis and Commentary
Chris Archer is Loved at Home

Chris Archer is Loved at Home

Of the three pitchers the Cubs received for Mark DeRosa, A-baller Chris Archer is perhaps the most interesting. He’s still just a kid – drafted out of high school in[Read More…]

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