Rich Hill was a solid contributor for the Chicago Cubs, pitching to the tune of 18-17, 4.37 ERA, 337.2 IP, 309K, 137BB, and an ERA+ of 106 from 2005-2008.
In the 5th inning of last night’s matchup between the Chicago Cubs and the Philadelphia Phillies, Albert Almora came to the dish with two outs and a trio of ducks on the pond.
The song itself dates as far back as 1908 when it was written by Jack Norworth, but nothing holds a candle to how it’s embraced at Wrigley.
Okay, so maybe my previous post regarding the Cubs being “back” might have been a little premature, and the shade that I threw at the entire town of Cincinnati for their chili might be deemed unwarranted for some.
James, Ron and Justin are back to discuss how hot the Cubs have been! The guys talk about the series from the last week plus, as well as the red-hot Kris Bryant, followed by discussions on Addison Russell’s play and the Ben Zobrist saga.
The Cubs extensive position player depth is doing more bad than it is good.
Listen to Episode 2 of Chi On Tap
Addison Russell got his second hit of the season and it was a long ball.
The former Cub is having an excellent year while getting regular playing time with the Angels, and we’re happy for him
Since their rocky 3-8 start, the Cubs are throttling Major League Baseball as they boast a 20-6 record since April 11th. Timely hitting and great pitching has been the recipe for their success, and they are showing no signs of slowing down in the immediate future.