The Cubs have, over the last two weeks, played far better against good teams (5-2 vs. the Cardinals and Astros) than against bad ones (2-4 vs. the Reds and Rockies).
So maybe we should be glad that the next two teams into Wrigley Field, the Braves and Marlins, are good ones.
It's Monday. It's a new week. There has been quite a bit of sniping on this site, and I'm going to call for it again to stop. Reasonable people can disagree and debate, without resorting to personal attacks.
|Today's Starting Pitchers|
Tim Hudson spent a month on the DL earlier this year, and isn't nearly the dominant pitcher he was from 2000-2003 with Oakland. It will be his first career appearance against the Cubs.
Z is coming off one of his best starts of the year, and his OPS is .673 (and that's with no walks). Corey Patterson's OPS is .644.
Discuss amongst yourselves.