Wood figures to “stir a market of bidders” this trade season. The Diamondbacks are probably already interested.
Archive for June, 2011
If you’re looking for signs that the Ricketts’ regime does understand how to run an organization and will do what it takes to properly rebuild, this is a good one.
But I’m actually ok with it. Ryan Dempster’s hip, Shawon Dunston and Wayne Gretzky’s sons, Mark Grace’s BAC, and the Triangle Building’s features feature today.
Cubs wan… er, woon… er… win! Ah, that’s it. Win!
The third day of the MLB Draft can bring some pleasant surprises and some funny names.
Get your guesses on the doggers ready. Carlos Marmol’s struggles, Doug Davis on Zambrano’s comments, DJ LeMahieu’s non-use, pitching prospect Dallas Beeler, and Angel Guzman feature today.
All three are close to returning and *saving the season.*
Since the Cubs recycled the score, I can recycle the joke: I hope you were following the Draft.
So much for the outside chance that the Cubs could deal Ramirez in the coming weeks.
This is where Cubs’ Scouting Director Tim Wilken theoretically makes his bones, and it could be a very exciting day for a franchise without a whole lot to be excited about.
Teammates kiss and make up, but will Zambrano be traded? To the Yankees?
That’s him. Let’s all hate him together.
Scouting high school players is a difficult task, but by all accounts, the Chicago Cubs landed themselves a solid prospect in the first round of the Draft last night.
Hope you were watching the Draft.
Watch the Cubs land the next Mark Pawalek, Ryan Harvey or Bobby Brownlie!
An examination of the Chicago Cubs’ financial health, as well as the team’s ability to add expensive free agents after the 2011 season.
The predictable dumping on Zambrano is out in full force, though Koyie Hill and Bruce Miles offer defenses. Listen to Zambrano’s comments here, if you’d like.
2011 Chicago Cubs, time of death: about two hours ago.