Matt Kemp gets big money, Jose Reyes probably will soon, the Marlins could move Hanley Ramirez and Gaby Sanchez, and Chase Headley might not be available yet. Plus plenty more from a busy weekend and Monday around baseball.
Archive for November, 2011
Execs touch on a wide range of subjects, from Prince Fielder versus Albert Pujols, to Mark Buehrle versus CJ Wilson, to Yu Darvish versus Stephen Strasburg, to the Cubs’ manager versus the Red Sox manager.
And, given the marketplace, the Cubs might be able to net a nice return, despite Marmol’s down 2011.
The former Director of Player Personnel for the Diamondbacks is the newest member of the Chicago Cubs’ ever-expanding front office of awesomeness.
And a source says Wood is expected to return to the Cubs in 2012.
A new CBA is on the way, the Cubs sift managerial candidates, one of those candidates is going back to Boston, and the Houston Astros’ sale/move could be approved this week.
In other words, neither Ryne Sandberg nor Terry Francona got the job.
Sandy Alomar, Jr. describes the process a bit more, pundits place guesses, Carlos Zambrano pitches better, and Theo Epstein still loves the Red Sox.
The Cubs will get a closer look at the Cuban star to decide whether they want to make an offer.
The Cubs’ offseason plans could come into focus, a new manager could be hired soon, Theo will meet with Carlos Zambrano, and the Marlins go nuts on free agent offers.
Yesterday’s (final?) managerial candidate met with the media, as did the Cubs’ GM. All the interesting and relevant quotes.
Well, the new logo and uniforms certainly are … bold.
Another big ‘ole round-up of news and rumors from around MLB, each of which touches on the Chicago Cubs.
The Cleveland Indians’ bench coach is a bilingual, up-and-coming, Chicago resident.
Last night, the three men in charge spoke with fans for an hour, and covered a range of topics from the managerial search to offseason plans to the state of the farm system. And much, much more.
Theo Epstein said Francona would only come to the Cubs if it was the “right fit,” and suggested he didn’t see a fit. But it sounds like Tito very much sees a fit.