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 …
Archive for November, 2012
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.
There is “smoke” between the Cubs and Tigers with respect to young righty Rick Porcello.
A skating rink, hot chocolate, a tree lighting, and Santa! It’s ok to enjoy this stuff.
He got votes! That’s all that matters, really. Right?