Cubs’ outfielder Nate Schierholtz talks about why playing day games is a disadvantage, his decision to sign with the Cubbies, why he likes playing for manager Dale Sveum and more.
Chicago Cubs’ Nate Schierholtz hits a 3-run home run off of Washington Nationals’ Jordan Zimmerman in 1st inning during MLB game at Wrigley Field in Chicago on Monday, Aug. 19, 2013. (Scott Strazzante / Chicago Tribune)
Current rising prices for pitching and its top starter's steady ascent are too obvious for struggling organization to ignoreWith the feeble losses mounting, the Cubs trading Jeff Samardzija seems as inevitable as not winning the World Series for the 106th consecutive season. […]
The Tribune's Mark Gonzales answers a plethora of readers' questions about the Cubs' platoon systemThe Tribune's Mark Gonzales answers a plethora of readers' questions about the Cubs' platoon system. […]