The Cubs won again on Thursday, beating the White Sox 6-3. In the process, Kyle Schwarber was 3-for-4 with a triple, two home runs and four RBI. Don't look now, but Schwarber is hitting .280/.368/.680 in the 15 games since his return from a quick stint in Triple-A. Is he "back?" That
The Fantasy baseball world is in a bit of a holding pattern as we head into the weekend. With the trade deadline looming Monday, nobody wants to blow prime waiver wire position or FAAB dollars before what could be the most frenetic week of the year. Trades nearly always produce value for Fantasy, with
Anthony Rizzo is as dangerous a hitter as there is in the National League from the left side of the plate. Now, imagine how potent the Cubs' lineup would be if Rizzo took his act to the right side too. The slugging first baseman has belted 24 home runs — including a solo blast during the Cubs'