The Cubs lineup has been a sleeping giant for the past couple games, and during some recent stretches. Last night, someone woke em up. Not sure whether it was some Maddon magic, disco balls, farm animals? Maybe the boys just took some extra BP? Whatever they did, it worked. Maybe it was the conversation Tyler
Look, that was a pathetic performance in game 2. Kershaw this, Kershaw that, I don’t care. As good a pitcher as Kershaw is, he’s no more dangerous than the combination of hitters in the Cubs’ lineup. And that’s what makes guys like him so tough to beat. They beat you before you step in the
June is upon us and that means the training wheels are officially off for the 2016 season. After a couple months of rapid fire baseball, and wide-eyed excitement with the new season, its summertime. That means more focus on division races, more trade talk, more drama. Two months from now, the trade deadline will hit.