In this week’s special addition of Three Up/Three Down, Noah looks at three players who on first glance look like they’re up, but a deeper look into the numbers reveals some concerns. Noah also readily admits that he has crafted this adaptation to our regular series to discuss Dan Vogelbach’s inconsistent power in the Midwest League.
GirlieView is a VFTB recap column on alternate Thursdays. We give our readers props for having timely and funny quotes from the past two weeks of VFTB commentary. Join us for a few good laughs!Full Story »
The Cubs put together a complete effort Wednesday night, out-pitching and out-hitting the Rockies to take their first home series win of the year. Jeremiah describes the rare pleasure it was to watch this game.Full Story »
For a long time, Out of the Park Baseball has been the gold standard for baseball franchise simulations. That has not changed this year. After significant user interface changes a year ago, the focus this year appears to be more on the stuff you can’t see, but has just as big an eff.Full Story »
Guest contributor, Sean Powell, checks in with a game recap tonight of the 9-3 loss at the hands of the Rockies.Full Story »
If you could map out the Cubs’ next playoff run, would their path to glory go through St. Louis? Jeremiah considers what it means to face your greatest rival in the postseason.Full Story »
Travis Wood was stellar again. The Rockies couldn’t get anything going and the Cubs got on the board early and often. It was over early, and the Cubs sure made it enjoyable to watch.Full Story »
Joe Aiello gets on his soap box once again, this time sounding off about statements Dale Sveum made over the weekend about the plan for the rotation once Matt Garza comes back.Full Story »