David congraulates Birthday Boy Bartolo Colon on a job reasonably well done, Rian breaks down the Bryzzo Souvenir commercials, and Zack… well, it says it right there in the title.
Cleveland earned the Game 4 win, but Chicago’s uncharacteristic miscues defensively helped too.
Einstein didn’t watch many baseball games.
Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen shut down the Cubs, tying the NLCS at 1-1 heading to Los Angeles.
Chicago took Game 1 behind the Jon Lester-David Ross battery and Javier Baez’s power.
Can the best playoff team of this era beat the best team in baseball?
Chicago’s front office is richly rewarded in the midst of a 100-win season and they might even be underpaid.
There’s a spring training story about Kris Bryant’s choices, and a September story about Kris Bryant’s season. Do they communicate with each other?
Chicago acquiring Aroldis Chapman from New York is a complicated, blockbuster trade on and off the field.
Chicago makes the inevitable trade of Dan Vogelbach’s big bat and gets team-controlled left-hander Mike Montgomery from Seattle in return.
The world’s been terrible, but the Seagers have been joy.
Are contact, line-drive hitters better positioned to succeed against this era’s best pitchers?
Imagining an All-Star game that was For The Win, not for the special interest groups (and fans).
Last chance to find out about Adam Duvall.
Why pitchers’ gameplan starts with the pitcher.