This Week in Cubs Baseball: After getting off to a strong start in the 2021 MLB season, things have not gone so well for
Cubs Offseason Moves. This has been a horrible offseason for the Chicago Cubs and their fans, and the hits kept coming this week.
The Yu Darvish trade: Chicago Cubs trade RHP and C Victor Caratini to the San Diego Padres for RHP Zach Davies, SS Reginald Preciado (Padres’ No. 11 prospect…
In four instances in Major League Baseball’s storied history, there was an instance of a player being traded, for themselves. The four players traded for themselves are John McDonald, Dickie Noles, Brad Gulden, and this article’s featured subject, Harry Chiti.
This is going to be a long, drawn-out Cubs offseason preview/review and I wouldn’t be doing this correctly if I didn’t start it off with Theo. If anyone reading this isn’t thankful for Theo and what he brought to Chicago, feel free to stop watching sports because you don’t deserve to watch them. Theo brought a world series in 2016, three NL Central division titles, and five postseason appearances.
This week the Chicago Cubs said goodbye to a pair of players that played a key role in winning the 2016 World Series. Outfielders Kyle Schwarber and Albert Almora were both non-tendered by the Cubs, making each player a free agent.
The story of Henry Rowengartner and his magical journey to the Cubs in 1993 is a tale as old as time. A young kid breaks his arm, and when it heals, he can magically throw a baseball over 100 mph.
Now that the shock of Theo Epstein’s departure from the Chicago Cubs has set in, it is time to look ahead to the future.
While everyone in Chicago was discussing another disappointing performance from the Chicago Bears on Tuesday night, the Cubs dropped a bombshell of a report.
Tony La Russa is coming back to Chicago, and that’s not something that most Cubs fans want to hear. Even though La Russa won’t