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Bleed Cubbie Blue Jul 11, 2020
Cub Tracks plays out the string

Cub Tracks plays out the string

Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports Cubs, simCubs, and MLB news from summer camp The simCubs invaded the land of the Freeman and the home of the Braves and gave the Atlanta squad a big karate chop. It remains to be seen if the Barves have the gumption to fight back, or if the simCubs advance to the chance to sweep the leg Sunday. Jon Lester finally went to eleven and Jason Kipnis shot three bolts into the right field stands, good for five RBI, with Ian Happ clubbing a couple of solo shots and Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo chipping in, the result being a convincing 11-5 victory against a...
Bleed Cubbie Blue Jul 12, 2020
Cub Tracks goes on and on, my friends

Cub Tracks goes on and on, my friends

Photo by Jonathan Daniel/ Cubs, simCubs, and MLB news The simCubs earned meatloaf in Turner Field and will wrap up the set there later today, hoping to make a clean sweep of the series and head into the All-Star break with a head of steam. Maybe they can get some lamb chops for us while they’re out. Kris Bryant was 3-for-5 with two doubles, Jason Heyward took a walk for a run, and Willson Contreras drove in an important run with a single to right, among other highlights. Alec Mills wasn’t too bad, and the Cubs’ bullpen held on for the win, Craig Kimbrel throwing his 30th save,...
Bleed Cubbie Blue Jul 12, 2020
Sara’s Diary, Day 121 without baseball: The trade deadline

Sara’s Diary, Day 121 without baseball: The trade deadline

Anthony Rizzo, Kris Bryant and Javier Báez celebrate a walk off win in August 2017. | Photo by Jonathan Daniel/ 2020 was always make or break for the Cubs core — now it will be decided on 35 games. As last season came to a close and the Cubs were swept out of playoff contention by the St. Louis Cardinals in September, questions immediately turned to the Cubs’ core of players and what types of trades the Cubs might be expected to make in the offseason. Anthony Rizzo, Kris Bryant, Javier Báez, and Kyle Schwarber are all free agents in 2022. Willson Contreras hits free agency in...

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