There are no guarantees in baseball, so here’s what the Cubs need to do this offseason.
As Joe Maddon was reminded Sunday night, tradition isn’t always sound reasoning.
The Dodgers needed to take care of business at home. Suffice to say, they did just that.
John Lackey versus Justin Turner with the game on the line? It’s postseason baseball, folks.
Saturday night, the Dodgers and Cubs would battle—but not without a little controversy.
It’s tough to find fault with Theo Epstein, but where can the President be criticized?
Even if Joe Maddon is wrong, he’ll never admit it.
We’re almost one week removed from one of the most historic events in US sports. One of our writers, a life-long fan, got to see the Cubs win Game 7.
For this particular Cubs fan, it was a very long, tough day. Fortunately at the end, there was plenty for him to celebrate.
It’s come down to this. Game 7 of the World Series. Kyle Hendricks going against Corey Kluber, who’s making his 3rd start of the series. Don’t miss it.
Sunday night, the Chicago Cubs scored more runs than they did the previous two games. And that was just enough to get this World Series back to Cleveland.
What does Andrew Miller throwing 46 pitches for Cleveland in Game 1 of the World Series mean for Game 2? Right now, that doesn’t matter.
For several years, the Chicago Cubs were neither lucky nor good. Now in their first World Series since 1945, it’s time to admit they are both.
How does Addison Russell stack up against the likes of fellow shortstops such as Seager, Correa, Lindor, & Bogaerts? He could be the very best of them all.
The Twins are bad, but Joe Mauer is good. The Cubs are ridiculous, and Jason Heyward hasn’t even heated up yet. That and plenty more as another week begins.
Joe Maddon had an extremely successful year in his first season with Chicago, but there’s no promises going forward.
A sweep is painful, but the Cubs are set up for years to come.
Not everything in baseball is quantifiable, particularly a manager’s influence on a team.