Gordon Wittenmyer

Theo Epstein meets the media as Chairman Tom Ricketts looks on. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Wittenmyer: Cubs Going About Rebuilding All Wrong

It’s neither a secret, nor a surprise the Cubs are in a massive rebuilding process never before seen to this extent on the North Side

670 The Score–04/04/2013

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Wittenmyer Defends Bush Story

After writing a piece defending Cubs interim GM Randy Bush, Gordon Wittenmyer of the Chicago Sun-Times joined The Mully and Hanley Show to defend his work.

670 The Score–10/25/2011

Mike Quade

Not Quade’s Fault Cubs Are ‘Not A Good Baseball Team’

A mediocre start for the Chicago Cubs has quickly turned into an ugly season. At 23-36, the Cubs have the third worst record in baseball and have lost eight consecutive games.

670 The Score–06/08/2011

Carlos Zambrano

Zambrano Outburst Was ‘Premeditated,’ But Wasn’t Wrong

After being swept by the St. Louis Cardinals, and losing their second straight game thanks to a walk-off home run by Albert Pujols, Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Carlos Zambrano vented some frustration, saying the team was “embarrassing.”

670 The Score–06/06/2011

Starlin Castro

Could Leadoff Be A Temporary Home For Castro?

When Kosuke Fukudome suffered a hamstring injury, the Chicago Cubs moved shortstop Starlin Castro to leadoff, and the 21-year old took his play to another level.

670 The Score–04/20/2011

Mike Quade

Right Now, Quade ‘Pushing All The Right Buttons’

Chicago Cubs manager Mike Quade has plenty of experience as a manager in the minor leagues, but this will be his first full season as the manager of a major league club.

670 The Score–03/15/2011

Kosuke Fukudome

Little Guaranteed For Cubs’ Big Contract Players

Under performing players with big contracts can give a manager headaches. The front office doesn’t want to pay them sit on the bench, but there are often players with smaller contacts outperforming them.

670 The Score–02/17/2011