It was reported last week that the number of suitors for Milton Bradley this Winter would be “shocking.” That was quite a relief, because up to that point, all we’d[Read More…]
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The Arizona Fall League – a post-regular-season league for minor leaguers, noteworthy for typically hosting several top prospects – kicks off today in, um, well, Arizona. This year, the Cubs[Read More…]
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…]
Sure, the offseason isn’t here yet, but it’s never too early for crazy Chicago Cubs rumors. And that is part of our credo here at Bleacher Nation: we will bring[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs head to PNC to take on the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Cubs probably could have used a few series against the Pirates in August. A refresher on the[Read More…]
Another good pitching effort, another sad sack offensive effort. It happens. To the Cubs.
An all-around solid game for the Cubs. If they’ve proved anything this year it is this: they can beat an injury-depleted Mets club. Hooray.
The Cubs finally got a nice outting from Carlos Zambrano. Not that it mattered, of course.
The Chicago Cubs finally head to one of those lavish, lush new stadiums – Citi Field, to meet/greet/take on the Mets. A refresher on the series preview here at Bleacher[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs once again welcome the Houston Astros to Wrigley Field, as the season flips into September. And it’s not quite the September we all envisioned it would be.[Read More…]
Shrug. That Figueroa dude looked like Mark Prior circa 2003 in the first four innings.
The Cubs continue to do just enough to keep that tiny glimmer of our irrational hopes alive. It’s the story of the last century, I suppose.
Look, Alf. The homer was nice. But it’s obvious your knee is messed up, and there’s really not much that you’re going to help the Cubs with this year. If[Read More…]