The Cubs were never credibly connected to Upton, but, at that price … should they have been?
Archive for November, 2012
How does the Feldman signing impact the rest of the offseason? And what’s the plan for Feldman?
The move drops the 40-man roster back down to 40 to accommodate newly-signed pitcher Scott Feldman.
The Cubs have to decide on whether to tender Ian Stewart a contract by Friday, but might they try to work things out before then?
The Cubs have signed another pitcher, but still have to make a decision on third base. Also, how are we feeling about Ryan Dempster these days?
Despite the addition of Scott Feldman yesterday as the “fifth starter,” the Cubs are going to keep searching.
All new sod, all new dirt, and a plan for keeping things nice. Jed Hoyer’s thoughts on Rob Deer, and Hall of Fame ballots head out.
Why the righty might be better than you think, and why his $6 million deal is probably a bargain.
The latest from the Lukewarm Stove has B.J. Upton nearing his decision … which almost certainly doesn’t include the Cubs.
The righty gets $6 million and $1 million in incentives for 2013.
The 32-year-old infielder is coming off a career year. What exactly were the Cubs looking to get?
Just because he hit .220 with a ton of strikeouts doesn’t mean that’s what he coaches players to do.
Yup, actual coyotes – not cartoons or hockey players.