Even with all the prior success Theo Epstein has had running the Cubs, this offseason’s decisions and how effective they are will permanently shape how he is remembered in Chicago.
Tag: Kyle Schwarber
While fans have yet to see President Theo Epstein trade from the MLB roster much recently, that will change this offseason.
With a significant amount of money coming off the books and a strong class of free agents, there’s multiple routes the Cubs can go to address their weaknesses.
Ron Luce and Brian Mischler are joined by another special guest! The Director of Morale himself, Dom Frederic, stops by to chat Cubs baseball with the guys. Some topics such as the Báez injury, Jason Heyward, Nicholas Castellanos and so much more! Tune in to listen to the interview!
After injuring his left thumb a few days ago, Javier Báez has a hairline fracture. The star shortstop had an MRI on his hand today that revealed the injury, which will likely keep him out for several weeks.
Cubs win! The big win in Milwaukee has the Cubs On Tap crew very excited for the rest of the series! Nick Hudson and Ron Luce recap the 10-5 win and look ahead to Friday’s game! LISTEN:Apple Podcasts| Spotify | Google Podcasts | Breaker | Anchor Follow us on Twitter! @CubbiesOnTap Featured Photo: Dylan Buell/Getty Images
Cubs win! Four straight wins for the Cubs puts them only one game back of the Cardinals! The Cubs beat the Brewers today at Wrigley Field 7-1 after dominant days from Nicholas Castellanos, Jose Quintana and Kyle Schwarber. Ron Luce takes on the solo mission today and recaps today’s game before looking forward to tomorrow’s
Cubs Win! Back-to-back road victories in New York means the Cubs captured another series win on the road! Brian Mischler and Patrick Mooney jump on the mic to discuss the win, despite the Cubs seemingly trying to give it away, and preview the series finale on Thursday! LISTEN:Apple Podcasts| Spotify | Google Podcasts | Breaker | Anchor Follow us on Twitter! @CubbiesOnTap
The Cubs front office certainly has to consider a crazy idea: should the team pursue elite starting pitcher Gerrit Cole this offseason?
With largely the same roster as the 2016 World Series team, it’s frustrating to watch the Cubs consistently underachieve relative to their talent level.