Seiya Suzuki


A back-and-forth battle on the northside results in another Cubs come-from-behind victory behind Seiya Suzuki’s monster performance at the plate. Christopher Morel added some insurance with a 430 foot home run and Kyle Hendricks did what he needed to do. Join Luke, Cody and Ryan as they break down win number 75. YouTube Replay Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJJ6rjf6u3g Subscribe to the Show…

Luis Robert’s late inning go-ahead homer gave the Cubs their second straight loss in the first of the Crosstown Series at Wrigley Field. Ian Happ and Seiya Suzuki both homered but it wasn’t enough. Tune in with Luke Stuckmeyer, Ryan Herrera, and Cody Delmendo as they breakdown the loss. YouTube Replay Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGGHoaFBfMk Subscribe to the Show Follow The Hosts

In a different season, maybe Cubs manager David Ross continues to let Seiya Suzuki work through his struggles in game situations. Suzuki is the player the Cubs invested nearly $100 million in — $85 million contract plus a $14.625 million posting fee — to bring him over from from Japan, after all. They envision him being a big contributor to…