Today isn’t what it was supposed to be, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t important.
I am not the Cubs. I am not as entertaining as Cubs baseball would have been. Let’s chat anyway.
Juuuuuuuuust a bit outside!
10 classic Cubs moments, and, hey, one absolutely insane one.
Great stuff from the Cubs Captain.
Good to hear from the Cubs’ booth men even if we don’t get to hear them today.
THE CUBS ARE IN THE WORLD SERIES.
I love to hear the hope and optimism, but it’s a really tough fit, even in the best case scenario.
Ho ho holy cow? It is very, very weird to think about playoff baseball in December.
Some updates on where things stand with baseball’s possible timelines.
Willson Contreras hit the ball, but Tyler Chatwood gave it to him.
Victor Caratini’s bat is going to be important for the Cubs, regardless of his role.
Only a few rounds of the draft this year?
Baseball News Updates: Length of Spring Training? Decisions Coming This Week? NCAA-Style Tournament?
A variety of updates from baseball, as everyone continues to try to get their bearings.
If this surgery is something that could have been put off for a little while longer, it might actually be strategically advantageous to get it done now.
Jason Heyward’s second career walk-off home run!
Thank you to Cubs Productions for putting out some much-needed “new” Cubs viewing.
How do you quantify the value of Jon Lester’s 2016 NLCS, specifically? That, and much more today.
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.
There’s good and bad here for a Cubs prospect list.
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.