After yesterday’s game, can the rest of the needed first half starts just go to Adbert Alzolay?
Category: Analysis and Commentary
Just putting it out there that the dude has been solid.
A quick look under the hood shows some VERY positive signs.
The changeup that’d been helping and the great fastball up in the zone? They aren’t here.
Darvish has pitched considerably worse with a lead this year. Also: Brad Brach and Mike Montgomery cannot be used like they were yesterday.
That is just crazy after the last month.
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!
The Cubs have received significant contributions from just one player, decent from two more, and then a whole lot of stank.
Another 7.0+ inning start and 2,500 strikeouts? That’s a great night, and a great career.
Last night was crafted to burn you up. Good for Eloy. Bad for the Cubs.
That’s a great start!
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.
Shouldn’t Kyle Schwarber have much better results?
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?