The Cubbies were in control of this one most of the way through. Starting in the 2nd, on an Addison Russell RBI double, the Cubs built a steady lead in the early going. In the 3rd, the runs kept coming. First, Kris Bryant singled in a pair, then red-hot Ben Zobrist drove in another on
This one got off to a shaky start, and finished the same way for the Cubs, but luckily they were able to pull out a victory. Washington would start the game scoring one run in each of the first 2 innings, but Chicago came roaring back with a barrage of homers and doubles to build
Great stuff from the Cubbies tonight against a reeeeeeeally good Washington team. Coming off the sweep of Pittsburgh I knew the Cubs were playing some great baseball, but I still had some concerns heading into this one. Mostly, I was worried that the pitching matchup for the evening could give us some trouble. Joe Ross,
For about 8 innings, last night was absolutely miserable for Cubs fans. It was a cold night, Lester didn’t have his best stuff, and until Grandpa Rossy singled in the bottom of the 7th, the Cubs were without a hit against Brandon Finnegan (who? Exactly.) but then, everything changed. After a Heyward single chased home
After sweeping a 2 game set in Anaheim, the Cubs made their way back to Arizona to play 4 games against the Diamondbacks. We got to compete with this Arizona team quite a bit in the Cactus League, with mixed results. The Dbacks have some of the most talented players in all of baseball on their roster.
First and foremost, LOVE the hat. Reminds me a little bit of D-Train (AKA Dontrelle Willis), but it’s actually better. See, Dontrelle had the pulled down look on lock, and when that thing got some tilt to it, the look was even stronger. But Dontrelle was missing a key ingredient: consistency. And I’m not talking