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Month: May 2012
Cubs Rumor: Everyone but Jeff Samardzija Available, Starlin Castro Would Cost Just Two “Impact” Prospects
I doubt Samardzija is explicitly off-limits, and I highly doubt any such Castro trade is in the works.
The Cubs had each into Chicago yesterday for workouts and interviews.
Lindsay is a hard-throwing righty reliever.
Obviously the Draft is the major focus of the scouting department, and the front office as a whole, right now.
Is it a good or bad thing? Joe Mather’s numbers are trending down, Darwin Barney’s are trending up, and Anthony Rizzo should be back in action soon.
Want to be a minor league PA announcer? Here’s your chance. Also: the Cubs’ minor league teams played some baseball yesterday.
Details on the logistics of the Draft, including where you can catch coverage, and when the Cubs will be picking.
Holy sweep! And a comeback walk-off, to boot!
Don’t eject a White Sox player without cause, or Hawk will blow a gasket.
Roy Oswalt has signed with the Texas Rangers. What does it mean for the Cubs?
Geovany Soto is getting “close” to returning, but Welington Castillo’s knee injury has been worse than originally thought.
So says Dale Sveum. Jeff Samardzija was relieved to pitch well yesterday, the Cubs have many closers, and Alfonso Soriano is stupid hot.
Want to explode your brain on Draft information? Now you can.
We’re going streaking!
How about two wins in a row, eh?
Theo Epstein and Dempster, himself, openly discuss the pitcher’s future with the Cubs.
Clevenger returns, but he’ll probably be the back-up today.
The top men in the Cubs’ organization bust out some thoughts on a variety of pressing issues.
He doesn’t care for injury-related questions, apparently. Travis Wood doesn’t blame the wind, Ian Stewart explains losing, and the new CBA’s full text is out.
A number of the Cubs’ top prospects will be getting underway in a couple weeks.
The streak is over! Today is magic!
Can the Cubs avoid unlucky 13?
Marmol is recovered from his hamstring strain, and Dolis will try to work things out in AAA.
His performance doesn’t help extension discussions or trade discussions. Rafael Dolis is out as closer, and an update on Dillon Maples.