I may have mentioned this before but in case I didn’t, I have four children and the oldest two are boys ages 23 and 20. All four played Little League so when I go to South Bend Cubs games, in addition to enjoying the baseball, I’ve often wondered what it’s Continue reading South Bend Cubs: An interview with Mama Dewees
Apparently Theo & Co. are happy with what the South Bend Cubs organization has been doing. BREAKING: Chicago Cubs Ink New Deal with South Bend Cubs. PDC extended through 2020 https://t.co/QQ2sGTVEie #Cubs pic.twitter.com/mIViR3woa5 — South Bend Cubs (@SBCubs) June 23, 2016 First six South Bend Cubs were named to Continue reading South Bend Cubs: Apparently Theo is happy with us
Okay, so how about we don’t count Thursday & Friday? Let’s call them a simulation of what baseball in December would be like and just start the “real” season with Sunday’s win at West Michigan. Are we all on the same page? Great. So here’s what happened: On Thursday, Continue reading South Bend Cubs: Okay, who pissed off Mother Nature?
Gone are Gleyber Torres, Ian Happ and Cael Brockmeyer, off to Myrtle Beach with its substantially warmer weather. 62 and sunny definitely beats 29 with snow flurries. Hey @Pelicanbaseball and @smokiesbaseball … Please send sunshine stat!! #CubsFamily #Cubs pic.twitter.com/BQFCgi4duN — South Bend Cubs (@SBCubs) April 2, 2016 Despite the questionable Continue reading Introducing the 2016 South Bend Cubs
While the last couple of off-seasons have put a renewed focus on the major league product, the Cubs still feature a robust and healthy minor league system. As players like Kris Bryant, Addison Russell, Jorge Soler, Javier Baez, and Kyle Schwarber have all graduated out of the system, a new Continue reading Down on the Farm: Off-Season Top Ten Prospects
The Cubs’ organization is littered with players who have been promoted to new levels over the course of this season. It is also littered with players who are altering their approach to hitting or are adjusting to new roles on the mound. None of that is to mention players who Continue reading Down on The Farm: Adjustments Being Made as Season Winds Down
If you haven’t checked it out yet, Dabynsky put together some thoughts about the 2015 MLB Draft. We have some educated guesses, along with many of the other blogs out there, but for the most part we’re just along for the ride. The Arizona Diamondbacks were the worst team last Continue reading 2015 MLB Draft Coverage Day 1: Chicago Cubs Select OF/2B Ian Happ (RD 1, 9th overall); OF Donnie Dewees (RD 2, 47th overall)