I suppose ‘Barry’ was always a dark show, but man, this season is DARK. • Wade Miley’s long-awaited Cubs debut was a mixed bag. To the eye test, he looked good, strong, fresh, and all that, so I think the elbow is in a good place from a health perspective. The results, however, were terrible: 3.0 IP, 3 ER, 5 H, 5 BB, 1 K, 64 pitches. The runs, though, all came on groundball hits (with two outs) that easily could’ve been converted into outs in other situations. If a couple of those find gloves, he goes 4+ and gives up maybe one run. Then again, two of those run-scoring grounders were very well struck, and they had the opportunity to generate runs because they were preceded by tons of walks. Then again again, the walks were all “competitive” walks, where Miley was just barely missing (or didn’t get a key 50/50 call), so it wasn’t as if he was just totally wild and had no idea where it was going. So it was a bad but encouraging outing? Is that a thing for a 35-year-old veteran?