For the first time since 1945, the Chicago Cubs will play in the World Series beginning Tuesday, October 25th at 7:08 pm CST.Read more "Turning Corners"
Most of us know that Andrew Miller’s slider is excellent; but let’s illustrate just how unhittable the postseason’s best reliever’s best pitch is.Read more "We Need to Talk About Andrew Miller’s Slider"
On October 15, Miguel Montero set Chicago on fire with a game-winning grand slam in Game 1 of the NLCS. The win snapped a 7-game NLCS losing streak for the Chicago Cubs, and gave fans boundless confidence entering Game 2 the following day. The atmosphere in Wrigley Field was electric (or so I’m told), and […]Read more "The Finality of Game Two"
The Summer Olympics aren’t just the pinnacle of sports; they’re the pinnacle of sports medicine.Read more "Olympic Moments: USOC’s Dr. Mark Hutchinson on the Path, Meaning, and Challenges of Olympic Medicine"
Tim Duncan was so great that he made greatness seem dull.Read more "Quiet Giant: On Tim Duncan"
Four years ago, no one chose Kent Bazemore. In 2016, Atlanta did, for $70 million.Read more "4/70 Baze It: How Kent Bazemore Found His Place"
According to Ken Rosenthal, the Chicago Cubs are dipping again into their war chest of top-shelf prospects, welcoming white-hot catcher Willson Contreras to the show. The move will (most likely) be made possible by designating veteran Tim Federowicz for assignment. Given Miguel Montero’s defensive struggles lately and David Ross’s age, it seems like the perfect […]Read more "Meet Willson Contreras: The Cubs’ Latest Can’t-Miss Callup"