The star of April 2012 is reportedly headed out to play for the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks.
Month: November 2012
The Cubs did a whole lot last night, and each move suggests a variety of things about the players involved, and the Cubs’ plans.
On this week’s episode, we talk about the future for Matt Garza and the Cubs, as well as the flurry of roster moves last evening.
Should teams be expecting a discount on McCarthy because of the head injury, specifically?
Finally, the Roster Moves: LaHair DFA’d, Gutierrez Waived, McNutt, Watkins, Villanueva, Whitenack Added
Quite the flurry of moves.
The first of many roster moves.
For the Cubs fan who has everything, but wants more.
Jeremy Guthrie just got a healthy three-year deal from the Royals – what’s the impact to the Cubs? Plus more from the Lukewarm Stove …
Digging deeper into Hellickson’s numbers tells the story of a mediocre pitcher masquerading as a top flight young arm.
Today is the deadline for setting the 40-man for purposes of the Rule 5 Draft. Feels like the Cubs need to open up some space and protect a few players.
Lukewarm Stove: Blue Jays/Marlins Hold-Up, Upton, Upton, Greinke, and A Big Trade on Deck? (UPDATES)
Connecting the dots between the delay in the Blue Jays/Marlins deal, and a rumored big trade on the horizon for the Cubs. (UPDATE: Cold water.)
Plans to construct an obscenely large board in Seattle have me wondering.
A fine deal to preserve some veteran consistency in the pen.
Two of the most intriguing, and debatable, prospects in the Cubs’ system.
Houston Astros’ color man Jim Deshaies is a new entry into the field, and may already be the favorite.
The 32-year-old closer is a free agent, and has numbers from out of this world.
A couple of chats from this week offer, if nothing else, some discussion points.
A round-up of the Cubs’ prospects performances. Also, how Jorge Soler bested Dan Vogelbach in a display of power.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Surprisingly Quiet After the Election, Ricketts Shares Small Update
The update includes a failure to deny that playing a season away from Wrigley Field is still a possibility.