There’s really nothing else to say about it, critiques from the first four games still apply.
Perhaps it makes me a non-believer in Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer’s team build, but only of a small fraction of it.
This was another nail biter. And it’s great to see that the Cubs are still perennial winners in the categories of small ball tactics and tie games. But the offensive effort needs to improve drastically, especially if there’s any hope of advancing, and winning in the NLCS. Both Quintana and Scherzer pitched strong games, strikingContinue reading “Cubs Win!: NLDS Game 3”