Disruption! Or something!
The team could reportedly split its home games between Tampa and Montreal.
He is still on flat ground, but is throwing from distance.
What a year it’s been for Willson Contreras.
Let’s get into the roster swirl that’s coming.
The Cubs are keeping a lot of options open with top pitching prospect Adbert Alzolay, who arrives today.
How are the Cubs now in first place? Well, thank the Giants and Padres mostly!
A mini-series-split for the SOUL OF CHICAGO.
I’m on a Bote.
Willson Contreras has Lucas Giolito’s number.
BIG WILLY STYLE.
One too many steps, Mr. Wilson.
The Cubs have received significant contributions from just one player, decent from two more, and then a whole lot of stank.
It’s hard to even wrap your head around the ridiculousness.
Not only is it weird and scary, it also risks the performance of one of the most important pitchers in the NL.
The soon-to-be Cubs closer was perfect yesterday.
Last night was crafted to burn you up. Good for Eloy. Bad for the Cubs.
Of course it was Eloy.
First pitch, gone.
It’s not yet serious, but it’s on the road to serious.
The newest from Obvious Shirts, just in time for the Crosstown thingy.
No prospect cookie just yet.
This is a significant announcement that could see other teams follow suit. Quite a day to do it, too.
Could be a good one.
The 36-year-old utility man has been exceptionally good the last three years, particularly this year.
For all their struggles this past week, the Cubs are still right there.
I may not see as many parallels between the Cubs and White Sox as others, but I still find both teams very enjoyable in advance of this series.
The latest from the rumor mill, including the best trade pieces thought to be available.
The newest from our friends at Obvious Shirts.