Two Midwestern cities starved for a World Series title meet in the Fall Classic starting Tuesday night on MLB Network Radio (Sirius 209, XM 89). If Cleveland wins the World Series they’ll be ending a title-drought that’s been going on since … Continued
The MLB Postseason is heating up as the Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians and Toronto Blue Jays are fighting it out to advance to the World Series.
The Cubs are heading back to the NLCS, thanks in part due to over-management by Giants manager Bruce Bochy.
Not that there was any doubt before today, but the Cubs are officially all in, World Series-or-bust mode for the 2016 season. The team is betting that the short-term PR headache they’re taking on in acquiring Aroldis Chapman will pay dividends in … Continued
The infield at Wrigley Field has but one thing in common with a clear night sky in the middle of nowhere: It’s full of bright shining stars. Tinker to Evers to Chance, meet Bryant to Russell to Zobrist to Rizzo. The … Continued
The people have spoken and they love this year’s Chicago Cubs infield. That’s the biggest story coming out of MLB’s announcement of the roster for the 87th annual MLB All-Star Game. Chicago Cubs Anthony Rizzo (first base), Ben Zobrist (second), … Continued
“That came out of left field and went back to left field and came out of left field again.” That was Cubs broadcaster Jim Deshaies immediately after the Cubs locked up a 7-2 15 inning win over the Reds as … Continued
The only way to conceivably improve the Home Run Derby is to let Bartolo Colon participate in the Home Run Derby. The idea of pitchers competing in the Home Run Derby, once ridiculous, has begun gaining steam, with the likes … Continued
Ever wonder how baseball players choose their walk-up music? Music plays before each batter steps up to the plate, before each pitcher takes the mound, but what does the music say about the player? Some players might use their walk-up … Continued
A mere five days after the nostalgia bug had all of us giddily recalling Kerry Wood’s electric, 20-strikeout performance 18 years ago, Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals delivered a pitching clinic with a 20-K game of his very own last night. … Continued