The Yu Darvish trade is done, as Oleg covered here. And while the Cubs’ return includes Zach Davies, who was actually pretty decent in 2020, and completes the Cubs’ Three Milhouses achievement, the true effect of the trade won’t be felt for years. Here’s a really good write-up and evaluation of the minor leaguers the […]
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Three of the four ass-wholes discuss why billionaires are cunts.
Well, this is where we are. The Cubs just dumped the best pitcher in the National League to the San Diego Padres for a poor man’s Kyle Hendricks and 4 prospects, the oldest of whom is 20 years old. All the prospects are ranked between 11 and 16 in The Padres’ system on MLB.com’s MLBPipeline. […]
Today the Chicago Cubs announced what everyone had been expecting all along, President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein would be stepping down from his role, and General Manager Jed Hoyer would take over in Epstein’s role. The other thing that wouldn’t come as a shock would be Jason McLeod, who has been SVP of Player […]
https://anchor.fm/krausencast/embed/episodes/Northside-Krausencast-Episode-6-emekp9 The four asswholes discuss the awesomeness of the universal DH, Jose Abreau’s MVP, the robbery of Yu Darvish’s Cy Young award, the prospects for the 2021 Cubs, what makes a Cubs fan favorite, and the laws governing the importation of sheeps’ lungs for the purposes of making haggis.
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 […]
Yu Darvish pitched well. Sixto Sanchez was really good — that kid has a future. However, the lack of a Cubs offense, as has been the case all year, means this is the last recap of the year. My frustration is going to make me put as much effort into this as the Cubs offense […]
As the 2020 Major League postseason gets underway, we here at Fully Krausened have enlisted a crack team of mathletes to run the numbers on the upcoming series between the Chicago Cubs and Miami Marlins. So with no further ado, here’s what they came up with: Last time the Marlins were in the postseason: 2003 […]
So, I didn’t watch any of the game last night due to a previous engagement. But, apparently, it went swimmingly. The Cubs reduced their magic number to 1 to win the division. The Cubs scored a bunch of runs by hitting some home runs (fucking finally). They also pitched really well. The White Sox didn’t. […]