The Cubs reported interest in Jackie Bradley Jr. is a welcome surprise, and serves as notice that the front office might be able to pursue legitimate free agents this winter.
Haruki Nishikawa is a contact-oriented hitter with Gold Glove defensive capabilities. If the price tag is right, he could be an ideal signing for a frugal Cubs front office.
Deputy Editor-in-Chief Austin Bloomberg offers his take on how the Cubs should approach this offseason.
It feels like it’s been months since the Cubs bowed out of the 2020 MLB Postseason. While the result was downright abysmal, the lack of offense produced in a two game sweep at the hands […]
Coming off the exciting series win over the rival Milwaukee Brewers thanks to the heroics of Jason Heyward and Alec Mills, the Cubs seemed primed for a letdown. When Jeremy Jeffress blew the save in game one, it seemed like the stage was set for the Cubs to go back to their mediocre play that has marred the second half of this strange 2020 season. Still, this resurgent squad showed up, and the end result of the two-game series was a sweep (and a season series sweep to boot).
The Cubs’ core has struggled mightily this season, while two surprise players have carried the offense. It’s time to explore a lineup change as the team gears up for the playoffs.
The Cubs are hoping for a return to form against lefties as they acquired veteran slugger Jose Martinez.
It’s been a frustrating week for the Cubs, and the outfield trio of Kyle Schwarber, Ian Happ, and Jason Heyward apparently decided to take it out on Reds pitching. They combined for six home runs, driving in all ten Cubs runs as the Northsiders earned a series split.
This is a bit of a difficult post-game article for this writer to pen. It has nothing to do with the final score or the way the game was played. The country I call home […]
Matt Carpenter’s grand slam in the first is too much to overcome as the Cubs are held to just two hits.