Anyway, this last Sunday, the Bears defense looked intermittently strong and floppy, but all told, the Bears won despite only moderate help from the offense. So how did the defense do?
Besides Jake Arrieta — who continues to pitch like a legitimate front-line guy — the Cubs rotation might not be full of potential aces, but there’s nothing wrong with having one good starter and four decent guys.
My man @WilliamSmith_82 put together this fun sketch of the #Rays' keys to baseball success. Love this stuff. pic.twitter.com/WmJxxKhjU4Will sent me this drawing today. It reminds me of something Dave Cameron, friend and boss, once said to me. In essence it was this: The cat's out of the bag for most advanced analytical teams. The process for creating a winning team is basically a known process: Invest in scouting, invest in international talent (especially amateur international talent), and extend your own superstars.
— Bradley Woodrum (@BradleyWoodrum) March 17, 2014