In Thursday afternoon’s Chicago Cubs practice game, the regulars rested, but there were some implications for the guys who did play to entertain the crowd. You see, the roster heading to St. Louis in April for the season opener is pretty much set, and on the position player side, there Continue reading The New Cubs Benchwarmer
One day after Jon Lester had his Cactus League debut, fellow ace-type pitcher Jake Arrieta made his debut on his birthday. This is all part of the plan to delay the debut of the major players in the Chicago Cubs rotation, saving their bullets for the games that matter in Continue reading Cubs Practice: The Return of (Good) Jason Heyward? (VIDEOS)
Spring training means that not all games are televised, and with the way games are scheduled, also means I can’t get to all of them due to school. So highlights for Monday are going to be scarce. However, if you’re yearning for baseball action, check out Sunday’s highlights. As far Continue reading Cubs Practice: Crosstown Rivalry Far From Home (VIDEOS)
With the Earth having completed yet another orbit around the sun, there really hasn’t been that much to write about with regard to the Chicago Cubs. Other than Ryan logging all the public Hall of Fame ballots, there hasn’t been much news at all. After all, this is still the Continue reading Our First Cubs Ramblings of 2017
Happy Thanksgiving to you all. This year we have plenty to be thankful for. I want to start by saying thank you to each and every one of you who have read and shared this blog over the years. I want to thank the almost 21,000 of you who have Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
While last night’s game went from a convincing Chicago Cubs victory to a squeaker, the team did lose a key player in Jorge Soler, who will have an MRI on his left hamstring on Tuesday to determine what’s going on. #Cubs Soler to undergo MRI on left hamstring https://t.co/ZqCvLpb3q5 via Continue reading Soler Power Offline, But Do We Get Cookies? (UPDATE: Yes to Cookies!)
The Chicago Cubs are off to one of the best starts in over 20 years, having won their first three games for the first time since they won their first four games in 1995, a feat they can match tonight in a game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Over their first Continue reading The Cubs Will Be Without Kyle Schwarber for the Year
I want Munenori Kawasaki to make the Chicago Cubs in the year 2016. I can’t believe I wrote that sentence or even entertained that notion in my head. I hate no hit backup middle infielders. Jonathan Herrera‘s presence on the Cubs pained me for most of 2015. It isn’t my Continue reading A (Somewhat Serious) Case for Munenori Kawasaki