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I’ve seen a lot of fans that are in panic mode, saying we’ll never win again, and that this management has no idea what it’s doing. Let’s talk about that.
Joe Aiello takes a look at how we should define each slot in the rotation and what we can reasonably expect out of each.
Joe Aiello takes you through everything you need to know as you start your Cubs fan day, including a look at yesterday’s double header, trade rumors, and a look at the farm.
By obtaining Addison Russell from the A’s in the Samardzija/Hammel trade, the Cubs did the one thing they could not have done by trading them individually: get a top ten prospect in baseball. And if there’s one thing having the best assortment of position player prospects in baseball, including three of the top ten prospects in baseball, gives a team, it’s options.
As you start your Tuesday, here are the things you need to know as a Cubs fans to make sure you can talk Cubs around the water cooler. Then again, do people still do that? Nonetheless, here are your five things for this Tuesday morning.
We’re right around the corner from the MLB All-Star game, but let’s not think too far ahead. This week was full of big news and even included a blockbuster trade. Let’s get caught up!
When you leave 12 men on base, it’s hard to win the ballgame. The Cubs had their chance today with guys on base all day. They just couldn’t capitalize on it and convert for more than one run.
The day after a blockbuster deal to remove 40% of the starting rotation, the Cubs “spit out a bad ballgame” and got crushed 13-0. We talk about that and catch up on some misc. nuggets.
Have you ever woke up the next morning and wondered how you could have possibly done something so foolish the night before? Last night we saw a huge trade. Should Cubs fans be waking up questioning what went down?