If not PEDs, what did he take? Yoenis Cespedes is on track for January free agency, Andrew Cashner is on track for the 2012 season, and the would-be Wrigley bomber is on track for prison.
Archive for December, 2011
The winning bid came in at a reported $51.7 million. No word yet on what the Cubs bid.
The Cubs haven’t done much yet this offseason, but the rumor mill continues to churn. The latest from around baseball.
Obsessive Prince Fielder Watch: Cubs Are Still Interested … or Are They Throwing Up Multiple Smokescreens?
The Cubs want Fielder. The Cubs want Rizzo. They can’t want both, right?
The Latest on Yu Darvish: The Winning Bid Topped $51 Million, and an Announcement Could Come Tonight
Darvish’s agent says his team will announce its decision by tomorrow morning Japan time, and a report says the winning bid topped the winning Daisuke Matsuzaka bid.
The 40-man roster excuse doesn’t make as much sense anymore. The Cubs have two hitting coaches, the pitching coach looks forward to helping Big Z, and Cubs Hall of Famers are on TV.
What does yesterday’s big Reds/Padres trade mean for the Cubs, and, more specifically, what’s all this talk about first base prospect, Anthony Rizzo?
A delay in Cespedes’ DR residency has held up the free agency process.
But what did he really say, and what does it really mean? The Cubs’ coaching staff has been finalized, unlike the Theo Epstein compensation.
The 29-year-old lefty is coming off a good season ended early by a shoulder strain.
I’ve been using a certain photo of Prince Fielder for the Obsessive Prince Fielder Watch, and it occurs to me that this thing is ripe for captioning. I mean, just look at it. The possibilities are endless.
We’ve reached the point where, were I a fan of, say, the Mariners, I’d be thinking, “aw, crud, Fielder’s going to the Cubs.” But, as a Cubs fan, I still can’t see it as better than 50/50.
The latest news and rumors from around baseball touching on the Chicago Cubs.