Ah. All the photographic fun.
The Cubs’ power righty can also be a finesse lefty.
The 24-year-old righty is still getting looks.
Baseball is Fun: How did he possibly come up with that?!
See? Projections systems aren’t out to get you!
Bryant is looking good so far.
The young switch-hitter needs PAs aplenty, and he’s willing to play wherever he can get them.
New rules will attempt to squash the ability to cheat electronically.
It is a skill that CAN be improved, DOES matter, and Contreras has one of the best voices possible in his ear.
Montgomery will hopefully be on the mound this weekend. And hey, it’s that time of year! Heyward’s swing!
So are the Padres done now? Could the Sox have done things differently?
Imagine pairing a Cubs big leaguer with a top prospect for a day, allowing for a relationship – and some developmental wisdom – to flourish.
Maybe he’s right. But it’s hard not to connect the dots.
So far, the Darvish comeback is proceeding normally. And that’s all I want to see.
Wow! It’s happening out west!
He may also eventually just have to become a reliever.
I still like projections. But it’s getting a little silly.
(Mostly) everyone gets in on the action today.
I mean, me too. But Joe’s perspective on the matter is probably a little more salient.
“I reject the notion that payroll is a good measure for how much a team is trying or how successful that team is going to be.”
It wasn’t a top 119 list, mind you. But that’s where the Cubs show up.
A bit of important news, and a bit of heck-yeah-don’t-take-it-back-Kris.
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The Cubs’ owner and chairman gets into the many hot topics of the day. So much heat.
It’s not just about resting Willson Contreras regularly, it’s also about giving Caratini a real chance to improve.
Baseball is Fun: Long live the king.
Bully for them.
Doom? Not so much.
Lukewarm Stove: Harper Has “Multiple” Mega-Offers, Padres Go Big, Pre-Arb Extensions, Davis, Machado, More
Finally, it seems teams are getting real with their offers to Harper and Machado.