Yasmani Grandal had a poor reputation for working with pitchers; now he doesn’t. How did he get here?
After a wonderful podcast gets erased and lost to the world, Brett and Sahadev quickly re-record and go over the Cubs offensive struggles and more.
The Cubs are in the midst of a five-game losing streak that has exposed a weakness. Are there more pressing needs? They certainly have the right talent evaluators to make the decision.
Brett and Sahadev talk about depth issues and the rare opportunities they have to go to the movies.
Jason Motte has his velocity back and a handful of saves, but it’s not quite that simple.
Brett and Sahadev talk Cubs offense, Kyle Schwarber, hacking, T-ball, and give some random play-by-play.
Groundballs may not be as sexy as strikeouts, but that hasn’t gotten in the way of Dallas Keuchel’s development.
Brett and Sahadev talk about the Cubs draft, Jon Lester, and words that have dirty words in them.
Jason Hammel disappointed with the A’s, but seems to have returned to his winning ways with the Cubs
Brett and Sahadev talk Jorge Soler’s injury and the different scenarios of how the Cubs may go about filling that hole in the lineup.
Jason Kipnis was good, then bad, then bad still, and now he’s good again. Why?
Brett and Sahadev discuss their shenanigans on a holiday weekend, Kris Bryant’s majestic home run, the continued bullpen issues, and more.
Did you know that the Cubs, led by Kris Bryant, are tops in all of baseball in pitches per plate appearance? You do now.
Brett and Sahadev recount their evening in Milwaukee and discuss how up and down the season has felt and may continue to be.
Brett and Sahadev try not to freak out over the Cubs stretch of five of six losses. Don’t worry, we’ll just stare at Anthony Rizzo’s slash line to make us feel better.