Shouldn’t Kyle Schwarber have much better results?
Category: Analysis and Commentary
We know the Cubs need to address the lefty situation. But there are two paths they could take.
Dude is HOT, and we’re never going to pass on an opportunity to point it out.
And the best? It was 13 years ago.
This is how you handle a BS plunking.
If he’s beyond an EXTREMELY QUICK AND EFFECTIVE fix, then it’s gotta be a roster move.
Whatever changes come to the bullpen, losses like that one are just gonna happen sometimes.
Kyle Hendricks is good, even when he’s not.
The homer and double were good, but how about the 29 pitches he saw?
How can I ignore this?
The most casually dominating pitcher ever?
You can’t keep Big Jon Lester down for long.
Mostly I was just curious about what we’d see in the numbers.
The Cubs don’t seem to think Baez’s heel injury is impacting him at the plate right now, which I certainly hope is true. The numbers are scary.
Of course there’s some unique risk here. But that doesn’t stop you from proceeding.
Dillon Maples and the Cubs got screwed last night, and I’m just about done with it.
It has been a down stretch for sure, but the Cubs have kept their head above water.
Pitcher of the Month for May? I say give it to him right now.
That doesn’t necessarily mean there’s a causation, though.
It’s been a very good week for David Bote, whom the Cubs continue to need.
There’s some bad luck, sure. But it’s not all bad luck, and there are ways to mitigate the pain of these balls that keep dropping in.
Darvish needs no excuses for yesterday – his job was to fill up the zone and go deep, and he did both.
Russell has been a black hole at the plate so far this year. Schwarber has been fantastic atop the lineup at least. Also, the Cubs’ BABIP is comical.
How bad was the week, really? And what does it underscore for the Cubs’ needs?
It’s been a good month at the plate for these two.
There’s definitely good and bad news here, but you can’t argue with the great results Chatwood has provided.
The 26-year-old righty is posting stellar numbers, and may have the fewest warts of the “next guys up.”
That wasn’t just another step forward, he was just good.