A run-down on today’s scouting moves.
Month: October 2012
An embarrassing organization keeps on embarrassing.
A flurry of organizational moves.
The most well-known Cubs prospect in 2012, and one of the least well-known.
The Cards become the first team to lose an NLCS after leading 3-1 since … um … I forget.
The definition of SCardenfreude.
An 18-year-old fireballer becoming a free agent? Sounds perfect for the Cubs, right? Maybe not.
It turns out it’s a fairly complicated question to answer. And the answer appears to be “yes and no.”
Andre Dawson had a better idea for that State Farm commercial with Kerry Wood.
After all of that waiting, it sounds like the story will end with no ending.
A sort-of-out-of-the-box suggestion. The Ricketts family is praised, James Russell is evaluated, and Ryne Sandberg is profiled.
Magadan has been hired instead by the Texas Rangers, according to a report.
No surprise on Woody, and probably not on the other two, either.
A big hitter with a great name, and a guy who threw a no-hitter with two first names.
The versatile prospect destroyed the Northwest League, and is now getting some time behind the plate. Bob Brenly has a new job, and the Tribune is paywallin’.
Alfonso Soriano is resistent to DH’ing, and the Cubs “will shop” Matt Garza when he shows he’s healthy.
It’s still a sad day, and it’s time to start thinking about who’s next.