A rules change regarding slides at second base on double-play break-ups is probably going to be in place by Opening Day.
That’s the first time we’ve heard a sourced connection between the Cubs and the Cuban prospect.
New Cubs front office-man John Baker offers up a series of thoughts.
The 28-year-old righty once looked like a huge arm in a loaded free agent class. But then a whole lot of struggling happened.
Young, arbitration-level, position player stars getting multi-year deals – this will be relevant to the Cubs’ future negotiations.
Shortly after seven of his peers identified him as a potential future leader, Ross admits he’d love the chance to manage.
The rumors won’t go away, but I suppose that could simply be because the two sides keep in contact.
Everyone with any credibility will be doing so. Also: Eloy Jimenez is big, Kyle Schwarber looks good, and much more.
Cubs GM Jed Hoyer discusses the upcoming season, the rotation, finding playing time, and much more. And we discuss the same.
The Diamondbacks get just a little bit stronger in the tight NL West.
The Cubs struck out a ton in 2015, but they figure to be among the most improved teams for 2016.
Tommy Nance is the most recent low-risk minor league signing for the Cubs.
Huge swaths of free agents remain unsigned with Spring Training just around the corner.