1. A Case Study for the Cubs and Granderson

    So let us think about this for a moment. The following stat line is that of player X's splits against right handed hitters. 451 ABs, 74 Runs, 124 Hits, 19 2Bs, 8 3Bs, 28 HRs, 62 RBIs, 18 SB, 4 CS, 57 BBs, 99 SO, ...

    Robert Walsh Written by Robert Walsh about over 4 years ago 212 reads 2 comments

  2. Maybe Next Year: A Look at the Brighter Side of Chicago Cubs 2009 Season

    The Chicago Cubs 2009 season has been one to forget for the most part. Instead of focusing on the bad, however, I aim to shed some light on those players who have come forward for the Cubs organization and have made progress in a big way...

    Robert Walsh Written by Robert Walsh about almost 5 years ago 206 reads 5 comments

  3. Here We Go Again: Chicago Cubs' Overlooked Issues

    Yeah, we all know about the issues with the Cubs' offense and the pitching of Neal Cotts, along with others, but here are my thoughts on the overlooked issues with the Cubs this year...

    Robert Walsh Written by Robert Walsh about 5 years ago 133 reads 0 comments

  4. When Will The Madness Stop: Defending Milton Bradley

    Not even 20 games and the Cubbie faithul are to the point of throwing Bradley to the hounds. This is a message to those fans who are calling for his head. To start, let me flash you back to Jan...

    Robert Walsh Written by Robert Walsh about over 5 years ago 147 reads 1 comments

  5. Five Questionable Moves during the Cubs Offseason Part 1: People Leaving Town

    Part 1: Welcome and thanks for reading. This slide show is basically looking at the key players that were let go by the Cubs this offseason...

    Robert Walsh Written by Robert Walsh about over 5 years ago 438 reads 8 comments

  6. Barry Bonds: The Cubs' Answer to Their Left Handed Woes

    I have heard and read almost everything possible on-line and in the news about the Cubs' need for a left-handed hitter that would be able to bat in the 3-6 part of the Cubs' already potent offense...

    Robert Walsh Written by Robert Walsh about over 5 years ago 641 reads 12 comments

  7. Yet Another Mistake: The Cubs Let Kerry Wood Leave Town

    Back in 1998, I was 12 years old. I had just moved to Barrington Illinois, a suburb to the northwest of Chicago, where I immediately grew attached to the Cubs...

    Robert Walsh Written by Robert Walsh about over 5 years ago 888 reads 7 comments

  8. The Cubs' Answer to Their Left-Handed Woes: "Little Babe Ruth"

    If you are a true Cubs fan, you know who I am talking about. Mike Fontenot, a.k.a "Little Babe Ruth" (as Cubs Radio Announcer and Legend—Ron Santo—calls him), should and needs to be given the second base job in 2009...

    Robert Walsh Written by Robert Walsh about over 5 years ago 491 reads 10 comments