Enjoy a moment.
Sports Timeline Notes: Baseball Happening in Japan and South Korea, Olympics Postponed, Soccer Without Fans
Sports (and baseball) around the world offer up some useful info.
I’d imagine a lot of guys just don’t know what else to do right now.
Remember how Matt Szczur’s bat changed the postseason for Anthony Rizzo? That was fun.
I’m sure there were reasons for how this played out, but I’m pretty annoyed. (But then I talk myself through it.)
Just watch this new Cubs video.
The uncertain layoff period means an added layer of uncertainty on how players should approach the *type* of physical shape they stay in.
Not a lot of firm decisions can be made right now, but here are a couple.
Whenever baseball comes back, the believe in Ian Happ will remain strong from a whole lot of people.
Just like when you were kids.
This is pretty hard to hear.
This is just something nice at a time when we can use it.
No one truly knows how to handle this period of time, but Ross just seems like the right guy to be here now for the Cubs.
Probably just having some fun, right? But, I mean, the Bears could use another strong safety option.
You look for the bright spots wherever you can find them.
Good. This was very necessary and could help ease a great deal of uncertainty.
It’s OK to simultaneously be concerned about the current pandemic – to take it seriously – and also to hope on a baseball return.
There Are Only Bad Choices When It Comes to the MLB Draft, But Cancelling Seems Like the “More Bad” Choice
I can understand a lot of the thinking here, but I don’t want to see the sport turn a one-year impact into a two-year impact if it isn’t necessary.
Good news – we’ll take what we can – on the Cubs front for now.
Well this is a very ugly possibility.
A trade was long expected, and now the Bears have their “competition.”
The Cubs’ Schedule Strength Probably Gets Tougher if the First Two Months of the Season Were Wholly Eliminated
The strength of the Cubs schedule depends heavily on MLB’s decision.
That raises a whole lot of interesting questions.
It’s going to be so different for the Astros than it was expected to be. And that kinda ticks me off.
It’s a necessary thing for a lot of reasons.
Didn’t quite see that coming.
It’s really happening, and it’s really weird.
QB Rumors: Bears Focused on Foles and Dalton? Patience Might Pay, Brady and the Bucs, Brissett, More
A trade feels increasingly likely, but maybe not for a little while.
So that’s why the Panthers quickly booted Newton this morning.
Panthers Agree to Let Cam Newton Seek a Trade – Interesting, Eh? (UPDATES: Newton Says He Never Asked)
Remember those rumors about Newton wanting to come to the Bears?
The Challenge of Working Out, Weber’s Fantastic Throw and Progress, Minor League Needs, and Other Cubs Bullets
Staying in shape – let alone baseball shape – will be tricky. But also, some fun stuff.
QB Rumors: Bears Not Out on Bridgewater? Bucs Want Brady, Raiders and Winston, Carr’s Availability, More (UPDATE)
There are still so many interconnected layers to this stuff, even after a crazy day of rumors.
No private workouts, no travel, no meetings, no nothing.
No one thinks the loss of sports is the most important thing right now. But it’s *A* thing, and it sucks.