The week is over which means another episode of the “Wave The W Show” with Tyler and Bo, a weekly internet show from the guys who bring you WaveTheW.com. This week we discuss the “Scared Baseball” controversy, Jake Arrieta’s contract situation, Ben Zobrist’s red-hot May, and what in the world to do with Jorge Soler.
This week’s Sports Illustrated Regional Cover goes to Javy Baez for his walk-off home run against the Nationals on Sunday. Congrats, Javy.
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With the Cubs’ depth in the infield it was only a matter of time before either Kris Bryant or Javy Baez became every day outfielders. Since Bryant has put in a good amount of time in Left Field with the injury of Kyle Schwarber, it appears Joe Maddon is comfortable making him his every day
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Could the Cubs get Mike Trout in a blockbuster move before the trade deadline? Maybe. But probably not. That didn’t stop Michael Bradburn at SB Nation from speculating on a very interesting idea. He writes: The deal: Javier Baez, Jorge Soler, Kyle Schwarber, Gleyber Torres, Duane Underwood, Billy McKinney, and Dan Vogelbach The rationale: This deal
My God, I love this team. I mean I really, really love this team. Okay, so with that out of the way, let’s talk about another fun Cubs win over the Nationals. Cubs reliever Adam Warren picked up his third (!) win of the season as the Cubs came back multiple times and beat the
Episode 2 of the “Wave The W Show with Tyler and Bo” is now live. We talk about everything from Rizzo’s hot streak, how Sean Rodriguez is a punk, and why MLB must reform how long replays are taking. We also vote on Players of the Week and Game of the Week. Check it out
Eighteen years ago today Kerry Wood became a Chicago Cubs legend as he struck out 20 Houston Astros. Rewatch the game in it’s entirety on the link above. Go Cubs!