Look, we’re going to get some weirdness this season. It’s baseball. Sometimes a really good team gets cold, and another team is just good enough to catch them before they can get things sorted out and steal a game or three. That’s how the Chicago Cubs won three games from the Los Angeles Dodgers, by […]
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Remember when the Cubs won a series? Yeah, it was the first one of the year. The Cubs haven’t won one since, and they’ve now slipped into last place 10% of the way through the season. The Atlanta Braves came into Wrigley Field in pretty banged up shape. During Friday’s game they lost Ozzie Albies […]
Lucky number 13. Yeti speaks. Fork waxes nostalgic about growing up in the 40s. Oleg has goddamn sunshine coming out his ass.
Today as Chicagoans look at the mounds of snow that are everywhere, that first harbinger of spring – pitchers and catchers – appears in Arizona. The Cubs have been tying up their loose ends with some signings being announced or confirmed this morning – reliever Brandon Workman has been signed to a major league contract, […]
There are very few players in the long history of the Chicago Cubs more revered than Jake Arrieta. His 2015 season was the stuff of legends, going the second half of the season without a loss, including a no-hitter. He then took on the entire city of Pittsburgh prior to throwing a complete game shutout […]
Three of the four ass-wholes discuss why billionaires are cunts.
The NL Cy Young race this year comes down to 4 starters: Jacob Degrom, Dinelson Lamet, Weirdo Trevor Bauer, and Yu Darvish. There may be a few others who’ll get votes: Clatyon Kershaw, Max Fried, Luis Catsillo, German Marquez, and Corbin Burnes will all get some attention and some votes. From a purely statistics perspective, […]
While the season ended sooner than we would have liked, it did indeed end. So now there’s nothing left but to hand out report cards for the players of each team. We’re continuing this series today with Cubs starting pitchers. Adbert Alzolay (1-1, 2.95 ERA) He didn’t set foot on a big league mound until […]