Jon Lester and the Cubs are battling the Atlanta Braves. Catch the action on CSN, or follow along with In-Game Live.
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Jon Lester has a target on his back, though that’s to be expected when you sign the highest contract in club history (at the time). There has developed around Lester this idea that his 2015 season was a sub-par year. Some point to the fact that he was paid the most of any starting pitcher last year while he was not even the best starter on his own team. Setting aside an awareness...
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Jon Lester will try for his first win at home this season when the Cubs welcome the Braves on Friday in the first of a three-game series at Wrigley Field. Atlanta will counter with right-handed rookie Aaron Blair (0-1, 5.06 ERA).
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Jon Lester tweeted compliments to his teammates after Jake Arrieta's no-hitter and joked about trying to follow up Arrieta's no-no. - 4/22
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For whatever reason, throwing to first base remains Jon Lester’s kryptonite. Usually the Chicago Cubs left-hander’s first-base issues surround pickoff attempts. But, as Lester proved in Sunday’s 2-0 loss to the Colorado Rockies, any throw to first base can be an adventure with him. Half off for ground shipping. https://t.co/jnMB5wDUfJ — MLB (@MLB) April 17, 2016 ...
Virgin Hotels and Chicago Cubs pitcher Jon Lester teamed up to create a unique cocktail for baseball season, and the drink does double-duty as a charitable beverage. In an effort to raise money for NVRQT, a children's cancer research charity created by Lester, Virgin Hotels' mixologist created a cocktail called "Never Quit."This was how Virgin Hotels described the drink:The "Never...
Typically when pitchers get recognition at home plate, it’s because a vicious curve ball buckled some helpless batter’s knees. So when flamethrowers take hold of a pitch and send it for a ride, there’s reason to celebrate. Wednesday, we celebrate Jon Lester. The Chicago Cubs pitcher was in midseason form on the mound, striking out 10 Colorado Rockies while allowing only one...
Cubs pitcher Jon Lester has been pitching with a bone chip in his left elbow for at least two years, and almost certainly much longer than that. The information came out in Jeff Passan’s new book, The Arm, and the Cubs discovered the issue in an MRI as part of Lester’s physical before signing with the team. Lester spoke to Gordon Wittenmyer of the Chicago Sun-Times about the...
Jon Lester sees his departure from the Boston Red Sox and David Price’s arrival at Fenway Park as nothing personal, just the business of baseball. Lester told The Chicago Sun-Times’ Gordon Wittenmyer on Monday he bears no grudge against the Red Sox for their pursuit of Price or the mammoth contract his former division rival signed. In fact, Lester has offered Price his full...
By Ricky Doyle Jon Lester really wanted to impress his new organization. Lester, who signed a six-year, $155 million contract with the Chicago Cubs over the offseason, started slow in his first season in the Windy City. The left-hander since has turned things around, but he admits the pressure of pitching under such a lucrative contract initially had a negative impact. “At...
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