We are deep in the homestretch of the 2019 MLB season. Today kicks off the penultimate series against between our Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals. You know what that means, OUY time! The Cubs are doing everything thing they can to catch the Cards at the top of the NL Central standings to avoid the Wild Card game. We don’t have to go back too far in history to find very similar circumstances.
It is being reported that Chicago Cubs closer Craig Kimbrel is going on the IL, with elbow inflammation being the culprit.
September 1st, 2019 was an eventful day for a few Chicago Dogs players.
As their sophomore season winds to a close, the Chicago Dogs have an opportunity to see some history made before season’s end in a couple of ways.
Kris Bryant’s name is reportedly among “monster” players who could be dealt this offseason.
Brandon Morrow has seemingly spend more time on the injured list than on the field, and that was the case once again this season.
For the third time in a row, Carlos Zambrano will be taking the bump to start for the Chicago Dogs.
It’s not official yet, but Craig Kimbrel is likely to return from the IL tomorrow.
It was an extremely disappointing end to the game for the Cubs, but Schwarber’s milestone moment shouldn’t be ignored.
The Cubs came to an agreement with former Brewers C Jonathan Lucroy.