Game 46 Notes – No Offense Whatsoever

A series loss to the Nationals leads to a day off before a big interleague showdown with the Kansas City Royals this weekend.

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Five Burning Questions : The Two Month Mark

Published on May 27th, 20155 comment

Every so often you will hear somebody say, “a manager knows what type of team he has by the end of May.” I, for one, would love to hear a […]

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Game 45 Notes – That Was Delightful

Published on May 27th, 201523 comment

It was a really nice way to win last night, especially after a frustrating close loss on Monday and there continues to be plenty to be excited about on this very young roster.

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Minor League Update: Not Long for the Minors

Published on May 26th, 201510 comment

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.

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Game 44 Notes – Lack of Offense Can’t Help Wada

Published on May 26th, 201514 comment

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.

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Looking Back at Week 7 of MLB

Published on May 25th, 2015no comments

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.

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Game 43 Notes – Offense Can’t Support Hammel

Published on May 25th, 201510 comment

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.

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Game 42 Notes – It Had Been A Long Day

Published on May 24th, 20155 comment

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.

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Game 41 Notes – Free Baseball Friday

Published on May 23rd, 20157 comment

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.

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