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Archive for January, 2009

Panic! Jake Peavy May Not Be Traded

Panic! Jake Peavy May Not Be Traded

The AP is reporting that Arizona Diamondbacks CEO Jeff Moorad resigned last night with the *express* purpose of trying to acquire an ownership interest in the San Diego Padres. Are[Read More...]

by January 3, 2009 Chicago Cubs Rumors, MLB News and Rumors

Ronny Cedeno the Next Out the Door?

When the Chicago Cubs signed the versatile (if crappy) Aaron Miles to a 2-year deal, it was a cinch that one of Mike Fontenot, Ronny Cedeno, Ryan Theriot, or Mark[Read More...]

by January 3, 2009 Chicago Cubs Rumors
OMG Brian Roberts … to the White Sox?

OMG Brian Roberts … to the White Sox?

Blah, blah, blah, standard Brian Roberts to Chicago rumor… Wait? Brian Roberts to the Chicago White Sox? Brian Roberts always seems to be linked to the Chicago Cubs in trade[Read More...]

by January 3, 2009 MLB News and Rumors
Bradley, Abreu and Dunn OH MY!

Bradley, Abreu and Dunn OH MY!

The Chicago Cubs are looking for a left-handed bat for right field, preferably one with pop. Among the logical choices on the market are the presumptive favorite (Milton Bradley), the[Read More...]

by January 2, 2009 Analysis and Commentary, Chicago Cubs Rumors
Adding Peavy and Bradley Would Make Cubs… 2nd Best?

Adding Peavy and Bradley Would Make Cubs… 2nd Best?

The Chicago Cubs are expected to announce the signing of outfielder/crazy guy/great hitter Milton Bradley sometime next week; and with the trade of Mark DeRosa to the Cleveland Indians for[Read More...]

by January 2, 2009 Analysis and Commentary, Chicago Cubs Rumors
Milton Bradley is the Best Possible Fit in Right Field

Milton Bradley is the Best Possible Fit in Right Field

With the signing of outfielder Milton Bradley appearing imminent next week, the prognosticators are out in full force, analyzing the enigmatic switch hitter, and trying to project what he’ll do[Read More...]

by January 2, 2009 Analysis and Commentary

Beware the Bako

Looks like Paul Bako will be making his glorious return to the Cubs. Paul Bako, a left-handed hitter, is expected to sign a one-year deal for about $500,000. The Cubs[Read More...]

by January 2, 2009 Chicago Cubs News

Paul Sullivan Hearts Aaron Miles and Joey Gaithright

In yesterday’s Tribune, Paul Sullivan offered the following guess at the Chicago Cubs’ opening day lineup: 1. Miles 2B 2. Gathight CF 3. Lee 1B 4. Ramirez 3B 5. Bradley[Read More...]

by January 2, 2009 Chicago Cubs News

Jeff Stevens is Marginal

Following the Mark DeRosa trade, I’ve been scouring the ‘net for info on the three pitching prospects the Cubs got in return. Hopefully I’ll have something a little more thorough[Read More...]

by January 1, 2009 Chicago Cubs News
The Cublogoverse is Shrinking

The Cublogoverse is Shrinking

Lost in the excitement of Mark DeRosa’s trade to the Cleveland Indians is a huge story in the Cublogoverse: what’s going to happen to Mark DeRosa’s blog, the Pulse? In[Read More...]

by January 1, 2009 Cublogoverse

OMG Brian Roberts!

Have you ever heard of Baltimore Oriole Brian Roberts!!?!?lolz!?!? It was only natural that once the Cubs moved Mark DeRosa, the Brian Roberts speculation would once again ignite. Though I[Read More...]

by January 1, 2009 Chicago Cubs Rumors

The Cubs Are Going to Re-Target Jake Peavy

Jim Hendry can say that trading Mark DeRosa to the Indians for three (mediocre) pitching prospects was made irrespective of any other efforts to acquire Jake Peavy. And he has.[Read More...]

by January 1, 2009 Chicago Cubs Rumors

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