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Monthly Archives: April 2013
4-8 ain’t great. Not much has gone right so far this season, but we can’t get bogged down by the misery. Here are some things that have actually gone right. And some silver linings to things that haven’t.
The big news in this nacient season has been the, frankly, awful performance of Carlos Marmol and before the Cubs home opener the hometown fans let him have it during pregame introductions. Seems a bit harsh.
UPDATE: Two out of three’s not bad? Edwin Jackson had a miserable first inning, giving up four runs, and another run in the second inning before settling down and getting through six. Carlos Marmol pitched a scoreless, if, um, exciting, … Continue reading
Brad Beal out with stress fracture in his right leg. Yuck. Well, plenty of time for rehab and hopefully he comes back strong next year. So, does this mean the race to ninth place is in jeopardy?
UPDATE: Dang, I’m getting pretty good at this, but the Cubs starting pitchers are doing even better. Travis Wood got through six innings of shutout ball with 85 pitches and probably would have been out for the seventh if the … Continue reading
UPDATE: Well, the Shark surpassed my wildest imagination, going 8 man-sized innings and spitting the image of a “true No.1.” Castro was on point and Rizzo not far behind, with Wellington throwing his name into the core player discussion. #HeresTheBeef … Continue reading