Chicago Cubs essays
The team is likely to see major turnover by the time they take the field at Wrigley next March 30.
He’s always been a star on and off the field
Time to check in with old friends again.
Here’s a look at who’s returning and who might go off the 28-man active roster over the next three weeks.
For some reason the Cubs and Giants are on ESPN tonight
Of these four, only one or two will make the postseason.
Time to catch up with old friends.
This could save the team lots of money in the long run.
Time to check in on some of our old favorites again.
It’s probably more players than you think.
All of this began with a movie that isn’t really about baseball at all.
August 2 update: Former Cubs Javier Báez, Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo and Kyle Schwarber, and trade deadline open thread
It’s trade deadline day, so I thought I’d revisit several Cubs who were traded at the deadline a year ago. How have they done over the last week or so?
It’s been a brutal week for Cubs fans, so of course we get another national broadcast to make it worse
It’s been a while. How are these old favorites doing?
The NBC/Comcast owned streaming service has some things to learn about baseball.
Presenting an overview of where the team stands now, and where they might be headed over the next couple of weeks.
What do potential upcoming trades mean for the team going forward?
This year has not been good. But perhaps it won’t be quite as bad for the remainder of the season.
Your old favorites had a busy week.
A couple of Patrick Wisdom homers from last week tell the tale.
A weekly check-in on these Cubs favorites.
Instead, it’s about a roster crunch.
Another look at some old favorites.