One of the worst kept secrets of Jim Hendry’s tenure as the general manager of the Chicago Cubs is his lust for outfielder Austin Kearns. Hendry repeatedly – and publicly[Read More…]
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Chicago Cubs broadcaster Bob Brenly has grown on Cubs fans – well, me anyway – and just as he has, he’s talking about leaving the broadcast booth for the dugout.[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…]
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 welcome the only team in Major League Baseball that has been more unlucky than they’ve been: the New York Mets. A refresher on the series preview here[Read More…]
A series loss to the Nationals may be the kick in the pants the Cubs need… to start selling.
Yeah, look at that! The Cubs beat the Nationals! Where are all the Cardinal trolls now!?!
That certainly feels like the RIP game for the 2009 Chicago Cubs.
The Chicago Cubs activated Carlos Zambrano from the disabled list for his start tonight against the Washington Nationals, and in a corresponding move sent down pitcher Esmailin Caridad to AAA[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs welcome the Washington Nationals to Wrigley. Unfortunately, in a few days, the Nationals will have to leave again. A refresher on the series preview here at Bleacher[Read More…]
After a successful mini-rehab stint, Chicago Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano is ready to return to the Cubs tomorrow, when he’ll start against the Washington Nationals. It should therefore feel a[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs head on down to Florida to take on the Marlins for a three-game set. South Florida in August is quite warm. Enjoy that, boys. So, the series[Read More…]
Yeah, so. The Nationals the Phillies are not.
The Chicago Cubs head off to the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia, to take on the second-best team in the National League: the Phillies. A refresher on the series preview[Read More…]