There are at least two players in the Cubs system who are likely not long for the minor leagues, one of whom we have already seen at the major league level. Here’s a closer look at why those two could be at Wrigley (or elsewhere) soon.
Another loss resulting from a lack of offense. Tsuyoshi Wada looked good in his second start of the game, but when you score just one run, you can’t expect to win many ballgames.Full Story »
Foreign substance suspensions, remembering yesterday’s stars and a change in the lead for the Rookie of the Year race headlined Week 7 of Major League Baseball.Full Story »
After winning game one of the series, the Cubs dropped the last two against the Diamondbacks and head into a key week on a losing streak.Full Story »
This West Coast road trip has been a taxing one on bloggers and ballplayers alike. This post will be short, sweet, and to the point.Full Story »
It was a long one last night, and if you managed to stay up for the whole thing, the ending was certainly frustrating. The Cubs hit the ball hard and often, but usually into the gloves of the Diamondbacks.Full Story »
A late night on the west coast produced one of the best outings of Kyle Hendricks young career and gave the Cubs a series win.Full Story »
On Thursday May 17th 1979, the Chicago Cubs hosted the Philadelphia Phillies at Wrigley Field. The announced attendance for the game was 14, 952, and the contest lasted 4 hours and 3 minutes. Chris Neitzel tells you more.Full Story »