The Cubs bring up three from AAA to fill the holes created at the deadline.
Month: July 2012
The 2012 Trade Deadline Blogathon has come to a successful close. I have little to offer you but thanks.
Not the Dodgers or Yankees.
Here we go. Bullet-style updates, as they roll in.
We know that at least the Rangers, Blue Jays, and Reds have some level of interest. (UPDATES: Diamondbacks have considered him. (2:31pm CT.))
The Ryan Dempster Trade Saga rages on, right up until the final moment. (2:26pm CT.)
Source: Cubs and Tigers Working Alfonso Soriano Deal (UPDATE: MLBN Discussing Deal, Nightengale Says Not Happening)
The Cubs would like to make it happen, but it’s a tough fit.
The home stretch is here, and I’m losing my mind.
That’s in addition to the Dodgers, obviously. (UPDATES: Dodgers working hard on getting Dempster? (11:15am CT))
The Cubs get a PTBNL or cash, in addition to getting pitching prospect Jake Brigham.
Goldstein talks about Dempster, Garza, and Soriano, as well as the Paul Maholm/Reed Johnson deal and the Geovany Soto deal.
With the late morning approaching, I suspect we’ll be hearing things again soon.
Arodys Vizcaino isn’t the first post-surgery pitching prospect on whom the Cubs have taken a chance.
The ramifications of last night’s deals trickle in, Ryan Dempster speaks, and Darwin Barney wins a hustle award.
The grip of weariness encompassed me with ferocious rapidity. Wow. That’s a hell of a great sentence considering how I’m feeling.
One of the forgotten prospects in the Cubs’ system when we talk trades.
I doubt it involves the Cubs, but it sounds exciting nevertheless.
It’s gettin’ late, yo.
Ryan Dempster Trade Saga: If It’s Dodgers, You Can Probably Forget Zach Lee, Allen Webster, or Chris Reed (UPDATES)
Those are the Dodgers’ three most interesting pitching prospects. (UPDATE: Just the Dodgers? (2:12am CT))