The Cubs head back home after completing a perfect road trip. Sure it was just three games, but the Cubs road woe issues can finally be put to rest after beating three very talented pitchers away from the Friendly Confines. Two of those three starters had been throwing the ball very well heading into their... Read more »
A baseball truism is that a team is neither as good or as bad as they look at their best and worst moments. The Cubs 2019 campaign might be the most extreme poster child for this situation. The 2019 season can roughly be divided into three parts to start the year. The dreadful 1-6 start... Read more »
The Cubs are riding as high as you possibly can into Denver. Well I suppose that isn’t true, but there is still certainly a post-St. Louis series sweep afterglow in the air. The starting pitching has been good to great again, and that can carry a team pretty far even without a lineup nearly as... Read more »
The Cubs enter today’s three game set in an unusual situation due to scheduling quirks and weather. With a win against the Brewers the Cubs would tie Milwaukee’s win total, but thanks to the roughly bajillion off-days the Cubs have enjoyed in April (that won’t come into play later this year I am sure) the Cubs... Read more »
Fresh from a four-game sweep of the nuisance that is the Cincinnati Reds, and on a five-game winning streak--admittedly over the remedial class Tigers and Reds--the Cubs will look to continue the streak against the New York Mets in their only visit to Wrigley. And whenever you're talking about the remedial class, the Mets almost always have tenure there...
Pretty sparse week for the Cubs, as they got a rainout on Tuesday and a schedule off-day on Wednesday. So whatever worries there were about a tired pen, a mere five games into the season, will be erased. Or at least you'd hope. They'll keep the NL Central theme going, with an early look at what it is likely to be their closest competitor this season, the Milwaukee Brewers...
The Cubs just lost their first series in the second half of the season to the Wild Card leading Arizona Diamondbacks. It was an odd series for Chicago in which they scored 24 runs over the three games, but lost two of them. This weekend they welcome another contender to Wrigley Field, the first-place Washington... Read more »
What a difference a week makes. Well it has been more than a week really, but the Cubs finally look like the team we expected all season. The combination of effective starting pitching and good hitting is a potent formula it turns out. The Brewers look to be in free fall at the moment. The... Read more »
The Cubs had about as good of a weekend as you could possibly hope in Baltimore. They don’t have long to rest on their achievement with a trip south to Atlanta. The mid July matchup between two teams chasing the second wildcard spot might be one of the most suprising series in baseball. The Cubs... Read more »