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STARLIN CASTRO RUMORS

Fan hit in head with ball at MLB game released from hospital

The Pittsburgh Pirates fan who was hit in the head with a foul ball Monday night, was released from the hospital Tuesday. The woman, whose identity hasn’t been released, was removed on a stretcher after a foul ball back to the screen struck her in the back of the head. The fan had her back to the field and was hit in the head with a line drive foul ball off the bat of Chicago...
Via NESN.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Fan at Pirates game hit by foul ball through netting

This is horrifying, and something you would never expect or hope to happen. During Monday night’s Cubs-Pirates game, a fan behind home plate was struck with a foul ball hit by Starlin Castro through the netting. The netting didn’t snap, but the fan was standing close enough to the netting where it gave enough to still hit her in the head. HOLY JESUS! This just happened...
Via The Outside Corner
6 days ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Starlin Castro’s Foul Ball Hits Fan In The Head

In Monday night’s game between the Chicago Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pirates, Starlin Castro hit a foul ball straight back. Unfortunately, a woman was heading back to her seat and had her head turned away from the field. The netting behind home plate wasn’t enough to protect her from the foul ball and it struck the back of her head Fan at the Cubs/Pirates game too close to the...
Via Sports Mockery
6 days ago  |  Discuss

The Case for Keeping Starlin Castro

Wrigleyville, BP’s local website for the Chicago Cubs, provides a wealth of information on our favorite team. Many of the best writers around the beat provide articles for them; Sahadev Sharma, Brett Taylor, and Matthew Trueblood among them (when Bleacher Nation was hiring a nights writer, I actually e-mailed Brett saying ‘if Matt Trueblood applies, you’d be a fool not to hire...
Via Obstructed View
11 days ago  |  Discuss

The Perfect Landing Spot for Starlin Castro

The rumor mill is circulating regarding the Cubs trading Starlin Castro. The shortstop depth of the Cubs is deep, and many are reporting that a Castro trade is possible this season, but very likely by next season. The Cubs have Castro under a very team-friendly contract and are not afraid of moving players around the diamond. However, with Addison Russell ready to go, moving Castro...
Via Sports Mockery
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Cubs: Castro looks to build on last year’s success

Starlin Castro is the most scrutinized, analyzed, and criticized player on the Chicago Cubs. The fans have a love-hate relationship with him. They love him when he is ripping doubles into the gap, but can’t stand him when he lets one go through his legs at shortstop. Heading into this season Castro is looking to build on last year’s success and pick up where he left off. Before...
Via isportsweb.com
March 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Starlin Castro questioned following nightclub shooting

It seems like just yesterday that Starlin Castro was questioned (or not) after a nightclub shooting in his native Dominican Republic and deemed to be, simply, “in the wrong place at the wrong time”. Now, the Chicago Cubs All-Star is being questioned in connection with another nightclub shooting. Ok, again. #Cubs Starlin Castro was detained by the authorities for questioning...
Via Hall of Very Good
December 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Chicago Cubs trade rumors: Starlin Castro edition

One of the best young shortstops in the game of baseball today and a cornerstone of the franchise. The owner of 794 career hits at the age of 24 and a career .282 hitter. A soon to be three time All-Star after being selected to the mid-summer classic by the coaches earlier this week. Yet after the acquisition of top shortstop prospect Addison Russell, he may be the player that...
Via isportsweb.com
July 11, 2014  |  2 Comments

Chicago Cubs: The unthinkable option would be the wrong one

The Wrigley Field rooftop owners want the view, the Chicago Cubs want the renovations. The Cubs have had discussions with the city about adding a 650-square-foot Wrigley Field sign  that could potentially block the view from the rooftops. As a kid, there was that word your parents told you not to say. And if you said it, you’d have to put a quarter in the jar. Well, the organization...
Via isportsweb.com
April 09, 2014  |  Discuss
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