After meeting with Cubs’ brass, Ramirez’s agent says he’ll try to get his client a three or four-year deal in free agency after the season.
Archive for September, 2011
You can rip on Quade’s lineup decisions only so many times. Randy Wells is better and worse than he’s shown, Casey Coleman is getting help, and Cubs’ minor leaguers are winning awards.
With Hendry out the door and a new regime coming, Hughes’ future with the Cubs was very much in doubt.
Ramirez said he might be done as a Chicago Cub, and the media tripped over itself to send out the alerts. The problem? This is not news. And it’s just Ramirez doing some crafty negotiating.
There isn’t much clever to be said about this one. The Brewers are better than the Cubs.
The second in a series on the most likely candidates in the Chicago Cubs general manager search. Up today, the hero of Boston: Theo Epstein.
Wilken remains under contract for 2012, but, unlike with Oneri Fleita, Tom Ricketts doesn’t offer an extension.
Torn meniscus in his left knee ends Wood’s season. And, if the Cubs don’t invite him back into the bullpen next year, it will end his career, too.
Hoo. Ray. Mike Quade won’t play the “kids” against the Brewers, Prince Fielder might be on the Cubs’ radar, Marlon Byrd wants to stay, and what about Ozzie Guillen on the North Side?
Who exactly was that pitching for the Cubs last night?
Another couple “youngsters” set to join the Cubs in Chicago, but you might not actually see much of them on the field.
The Chicago Cubs aren’t the only team that might make a match for Prince Fielder – and they aren’t the only one that isn’t a perfect fit.