jason heyward

Baseball

How Jason Heyward and the Cubs Have Coped With His Awful Season

In typical 2016 Cubs fashion, Chicago has accentuated the positives, and basically acted like Heyward has not been a terrible hitter this year.
Rian Watt
11.1.16
cincinnati reds

The 2016 Reds Have Given Up More Home Runs Than Any Team in History

The Reds set a record last night, and not one of the good ones.
Joseph Flynn
9.20.16
jason heyward

Just How Historically Bad Has Jason Heyward Been for the Cubs?

Jason Heyward's glove is still good, but his bat has been missing for some time.
Steven Goldman
9.16.16
mlb

The Cubs are Winning and Keeping Things Light

The Cubs are playing like an unstoppable force right now. And they're doing it while shirking many of the traditions that have been in the game forever.
Kevin Trahan
5.18.16
this particular week in baseball

Price Is Wrong, Bryce Is Walking, Cubs Are Crushing: This Particular Week in Baseball

In which good teams shrug off bad free agent signings, Bryce Harper is bypassed without shame or repercussion, and Robinson Cano shreds the league in secret.
Matthew Kory
5.9.16
was watching

Watching Jason Heyward, the Virtuoso Who Is Still Figuring It Out

The Chicago Cubs' Jason Heyward is both a star and a riddle, and one of baseball's least-appreciated most valuable players. It's all inherent in what he does, and it may always be.
Robert O'Connell
4.26.16
mlb

A Brief History Of Bees Attacking Players At Spring Training

When Jason Heyward was swarmed by bees during a spring game, it marked the latest battle in the long-running and complicated war between bees and baseball.
Joseph Flynn
3.30.16
hot stove things

Exorcising the Failures and Fishmongers of Chicago Cubs Past

The Chicago Cubs haven't won a World Series since William Howard Taft was President, and came by their failures honestly. Now that all seems to be changing.
Steven Goldman
12.16.15
Baseball

What to Expect at Baseball's Winter Meetings

It's nearly time for baseball's annual early-winter celebration of hyperactive speculating, wild overspending, deal-making, and reckless tweeting. Get ready.
Jonathan Bernhardt
12.3.15