Chicago Cubs essays
He’s a catcher in the system who deserves a MLB cuppa coffee.
With 12 games remaining, there’s not much room for movement in the 2022 draft order.
With two weeks to go, some of these guys will have to get hot for their teams to make the postseason.
The new Cubs first baseman is hitting almost everything in sight.
The former Arizona Wildcat is a potential star.
Who should stay and who should go when the 2021 season is over?
This year’s Cubs have been up, and down, then up and down again.
Time for the weekly check-in on some of your old favorites.
Too bad umpires don’t agree. He’s been jobbed on quite a few called third strikes.
Decisions will have to be made about who to keep, who to add, and who to let go.
Here’s how some of your old favorites did over the last week.
The numbers make it clear.
The current setup has far too many such games and it can lead to trouble in the stands.
Could the end result bring him back to the Cubs?
Javy had himself an interesting Sunday.
He’ll probably get a few third-place votes
Just because the Cubs have been the most popular team in Chicago for half a century doesn’t mean it will always remain so.
Current Cubs players divide pretty neatly into three columns: Retain, drop or undecided. Here’s one look at the 40-man.
Presented as a service for those keeping up with these players.
Here’s some reasonably young talent the Cubs could trade for. Yes, even now.
You still follow these guys, so let’s have another look.
There’s still some time to look at some guys in the system at the major-league level.
Is there already a solution in the works?
The team isn’t good right now. But if they aren’t in 2022, the losses will be huge — and not just financially.