And this is a good thing.
There’s more testing going on in the Arizona Fall League.
NARRATOR: "He’s wrong about the fans."
The battle of the evil empires
I’m not sure I can choose who I want to win this series
The pitch clock will speed up games in 2023, but the average MLB game time already went down in 2022
We are trending in the right direction.
It’s time to blow up baseball’s Death Stars
Let’s have a look at how these ex-Cub favorites did over the season’s final week, and overall.
The Cubs, obviously, won’t be there. But some old favorites will.
Two of these players are likely headed to the postseason. And two ... are not.
I had the chance to go Thursday, so now, dear reader, you’ll see some of the issues the A’s face.
He’s always been a star on and off the field
The Cubs outfielder was an alternate on the Competition Committee.
The sport’s Competition Committee will be voting on these Friday.
Of these four, only one or two will make the postseason.
This is quite intriguing.
Teams are playing different rosters at the Rogers Centre
Time to catch up with old friends.
Time to check in on some of our old favorites again.
All of this began with a movie that isn’t really about baseball at all.
And calling him just an "announcer" doesn't even come close to his impact on the game.
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?
Hugwatch is on — but once a player is traded, what happens?
It’s been a while. How are these old favorites doing?
... as well as some other rule changes.