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Archive for February, 2011

Tom Ricketts is Open-Minded About Offering a “Mega-Deal”

Tom Ricketts is Open-Minded About Offering a “Mega-Deal”

Chicago Cubs Chairman/Owner Tom Ricketts addressed his team and the media Saturday, and offered more than a few interesting thoughts on the upcoming season and the future of the Cubs’[Read More...]

by February 19, 2011 Chicago Cubs News

All Players Have Reported to Camp

According to Carrie Muskat, all Chicago Cubs players are now present and accounted for at Spring Camp, which means that the two laggards – Aramis Ramirez and Starlin Castro –[Read More...]

by February 19, 2011 Chicago Cubs News

Grumble: Aramis Ramirez and Starlin Castro Still Not in Camp

Although yesterday was the official Spring Training report date for positional players, all but a handful of Chicago Cubs were already in camp long before Friday. Included in that handful[Read More...]

by February 18, 2011 Chicago Cubs News

Add Four Chicago Cubs Spring Training Games to Your Viewing Schedule

MLB Network has released its Spring Training broadcast lineup, and the good news is that four more Cubs games will get airtime this Spring: Friday 3/11 at 2pm CST vs.[Read More...]

by February 18, 2011 Chicago Cubs News

Positional Players Report, And Other Spring Training Bullets

This is starting to feel like a regular feature… Pitchers and catchers reported to Spring Training earlier this week, and today is the reporting date for everyone else – though[Read More...]

by February 18, 2011 Chicago Cubs News

Humorous Take on Alfonso Soriano’s Contract

The Onion suggests a method for dealing with Alfonso Soriano’s cripplingly large contract. Emphasis on cripple. Thanks to reader Brent for the find. Onion SportsDome

by February 17, 2011 Cubs Humor

Allow Your Albert Pujols Fantasies to Run Wild for a Day or Two

Now that Albert Pujols will officially (more like theoretically) become a free agent at season’s end, you can go ahead and do it. You know you want to. Indulge yourself. You’re[Read More...]

by February 17, 2011 Chicago Cubs Rumors, MLB News and Rumors
Marlon Byrd is Beefy, But It’s All Supplements and Exercise

Marlon Byrd is Beefy, But It’s All Supplements and Exercise

Chicago Cubs center fielder Marlon Byrd is a thick, hulking dude. And if he had the power numbers of an Albert Pujols or Alex Rodriguez, or say, Jose Bautista, people[Read More...]

by February 17, 2011 Chicago Cubs News

Keith Moreland to Join Pat Hughes in the WGN Radio Booth

Today, WGN Radio and the Chicago Cubs announced that former Cub Keith Moreland will take Ron Santo’s spot as Pat Hughes’ partner broadcasting Cubs games on WGN Radio. The announcement[Read More...]

by February 16, 2011 Chicago Cubs News

Sources: Albert Pujols Deadline Expected to Pass with No Deal

Albert Pujols’ totally arbitrary extension deadline – a hypothetical extension on a deal not set to expire for another 8 months – is one hour away. Feel those goosebumps? Well,[Read More...]

by February 16, 2011 Chicago Cubs News, MLB News and Rumors

More Spring Training Bullets

I know, I know – you’re being inundated with bullet posts. If you hate them, let me know. But for now, they seem to be the most efficient and thoughtful way of[Read More...]

by February 16, 2011 Chicago Cubs News
Randy Wells Is Not the Partier You Might Think Him to Be

Randy Wells Is Not the Partier You Might Think Him to Be

Randy Wells, who should be guaranteed a rotation spot but is not, says he was treated unfairly by the media last year, who painted him as a bit of a partier.[Read More...]

by February 16, 2011 Chicago Cubs News

The Albert Pujols Deadline is Today at Noon – And Related Notes

Your daily Albert Pujols digest: Pujols’ self-imposed deadline first was yesterday before being extended by agreement with the Cardinals (which remains profoundly bizarre – what, if Pujols wants to discuss[Read More...]

by February 16, 2011 Chicago Cubs News, MLB News and Rumors

Cubs Trade Prospect Tony Thomas to Red Sox for Reliever Robert Coello

Today the Chicago Cubs made a minor move, dealing second base prospect Tony Thomas to the Boston Red Sox for relief prospect Robert Coello, who was recently designated for assignment.[Read More...]

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