And who is Willson Contreras, in his second full season as a big-league starting catcher, to point out publicly what Darvish is doing wrong?
Courtland Sutton is athletic enough to have suited up with SMU’s basketball team. He’s sort of like Alshon Jeffery, without the soft-tissue injuries.
Even if you think his national-anthem protests are objectionable, surely you can see a sliver of valor in his perseverance. Don’t close your eyes.
Baseball’s unwritten rules have helped govern the game for decades, but do they still have a place in 2018? Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander discuss.
The Cubs are 7-8, and what are we supposed to do with that? Ignore it? Pretend it never happened? In Joe Maddon’s world, the answers are yes and yes.
As of Monday afternoon, 23 games had been postponed because of unfavorable weather, including Monday night’s Cardinals-Cubs game at Wrigley Field.
We’re leery. The number of professional athletes who have said their failed drug test was somebody else’s fault would fill a fleet of Boeing 737s.
One side wants baseball to be like the flashy NBA. The other side wants the focus to be on the individual but not at the expense of the opponent.
Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander discuss the weird world of NFL prospect evaluation with Charlie Wonderlic, the CEO of the famous testing company.
After the months of research the Bears had done on quarterback Mitch Trubisky, they seemed more impressed with his personality than his arm.
It’s a question the Cubs hoped they wouldn’t have to entertain, post-Kyle Schwarber. But people already are raising their hands to ask it.
The Cubs are in it to win another World Series this season. That’s the only thing that deserves the franchise’s focus and our focus.
The two managers are different people, but they’re similar in at least one regard: Nobody cheers on his team the way these guys do.
Baseball and April and Chicago do not go together. If players feel the urge to wear ski masks during a game, it’s not baseball season yet.
America’s attention span is shrinking by the day, so why is baseball so popular? Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander investigate on their latest podcast.