With rain looming, Barrett and Pierzynski willing to fight until death to determine winner of Crosstown Cup
With April weather infiltrating mid-June in Chicago, the Cubs-Sox series at Wrigley appears to be in jeopardy. Joe Maddon and Rick Renteria met privately Monday to determine what they would like to do in the event of a rainout as neither wanted to make up the games later in the season. “We each had some […]
"I'm going to do my damnedest to make sure that Chicago team never wins a championship," spewed a defiant Renteria. "Liars. Plain and simple. I got jobbed and everyone knows it. You better hope you can handle a bit of voodoo, Theo."
In the fifth inning of Wednesday night's loss to the White Sox, Ricky Renteria came out of the dugout to argue a ball-and-strike call, but suddenly changed his mind while confronting home plate umpire Tom Woodring.
Many baseball experts believe that the Cubs are entering a grey area between rebuilding and actually competing. But, just a few days into the 2014 season, the players on the roster are still expressing confusion as to whether they should be tanking.
A popular McDonald's television commercial to promote the Filet-O-Fish sandwich, which features three men on a submarine, was also produced in the Spanish language.
Cubs manager Ricky "Don’t call me Rick" Renteria was pleased that the first loss of the season is out of the way after the Pirates beat Chicago 1-0 in extra innings in the 2014 opener.
"Whew, that was close," said Renteria. "I was afraid I'd have to learn a few dozen Japanese phrases and that would have been a total hassle."