The world that was is no more. But it’s still going to take a long time for the Cubs to feel all the CBA changes. Tons on the CBA, Epstein/Hoyer compensation, Cubs’ plans, and Z’s face.
Archive for November, 2011
The arrow on Marmol’s value is pointing in the right direction.
The new CBA changes a number of things in dramatic ways. The draft and international free agency are wildly different. Ditto free agent compensation.
A burglar apparently really wanted to live the life of Chicago White Sox GM Kenny Williams.
Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer have been to the Dominican Republic to see the Cuban star, and possibly meet with his advisor. What might it mean?
I didn’t know just how bad it’s been. Dale Sveum talks about pitch counts, Ryne Sandberg returns to the Iron Pigs, Matt Garza is not valuable, and Marlon Byrd is thankful.
Theo Epstein says building for the future trumps winning in 2012, Epstein and Hoyer are in the DR to meet with Yoenis Cespedes’ advisors, Yu Darvish might not be available, Mark Buehrle could get four years and $60 million, and much more.
The Cubs released their 2012 Spring Training schedule today.
The Yankees, Red Sox, and Rangers, among them. There are a number of reasons the Cubs should be listening – and they are.
Hitting coach Rudy Jaramillo will be back in 2012, and others are expected back as well. But what about pitching coach Mark Riggins?
Could Colvin be the compensation for Epstein? The new CBA is expected tomorrow and will include HGH testing, the AFL is over, and Astros fans are pissed about the move.
Sixteen stitches later, Zambrano says he’s all right, and will make his next scheduled start in Venezuela. Ozzie Guillen is skeptical.