One way to watch Cubs baseball in person right away this year.
The Cubs had been rumored as a substitute.
The process: it really is beginning. (Say hi, but keep your distance!)
It sounds like Cubs pitchers have done an excellent job with their arm health during the shut down.
Well this is a very scary experience from a guy who was otherwise young and healthy.
Cubs players start reporting to Summer Camp today, but the marker is less about hype and more about hope.
20 homers in a single calendar month. Hard to see that happening again any time soon.
For the sports bettors among you in Illinois, this is looking like some good news. And this also figures to be a big part of the sports world going forward.
This will create some very bizarre situations.
This was expected, but it really sucks.
The 25-year-old righty apparently possesses a herculean sinker, but not much else. Yet.
So many complicated things going on in this sport, in this country, at this time.
Still a big fan of that setup, and the rest of the lineup flows nicely, too.
Player tests are forthcoming.
Leake is the first player we know about who will not participate in the COVID-shortened season.
Thoughts on the Cubs’ Initial Roster: Why Names Are Missing, Transaction Considerations, Prospects, Much More
A whole lot to get into after thinking through the Cubs’ initial 60-man roster, which features just 50 names.
Why just saying “It was Foles for a lot or Cam for a little and the Bears chose wrong” doesn’t really size up the discussion.
Another country is ready to permit fans at their baseball games. The Cubs have an elite relief prospect perhaps?
Cubs May Not Officially Announce 60-Man Player Pool Until Tomorrow (UPDATE: Could Still Come Tonight!)
I don’t know exactly why this would be, but I’m sure there’s a reason.
Big rostering day for the Cubs. Also: Mark Grace was so good in a unique way.
Yes, the risk of COVID-19 remains strong, and the league has to stay nimble – up to and including the nuclear option. Also: nice stuff.
Why did absolutely nothing happen around baseball yesterday?
This round goes to Davis.
And then he got the business from Matt Garza.
I think it’s probably a bad rule in the long-term, but I’ll leave my mind open. And for this year, I’m totally fine with it.
The Cubs will post up their taxi squad at South Bend this year.
Teams can finally start making moves again, and the question is … what happens around the league in this environment?
The Cubs are hoping it will be possible at Wrigley Field, but there’s still a ways to go.
That figures to mean three more Cubs-White Sox games this year.
The Cubs and Cardinals could be considered as a fill-in for the event, if it happens.
The Cubs are hoping for fans at Wrigley Field, the rooftops will be open, and great signs on Marquee-Comcast.
That’d be like the Cubs playing the White Sox 16 times in a typical season.
Illinois is permitting limited capacity at sporting events, but the question is whether the City of Chicago will. Also … Cubs?
There Could Be “Emergency” Teams of Free Agents Created for MLB Teams to Tap During the Regular Season
There would be some logic here.