There is “smoke” between the Cubs and Tigers with respect to young righty Rick Porcello.
Month: November 2012
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?
Navarro could take over as the primary back-up catcher behind Welington Castillo.
A second catcher for the Cubs? And MOAR PITCHERZ.
His scan turned up clean, and he’s “cleared for takeoff.”
How about a buy-high guy like Anibal Sanchez?
A message from Matt Garza?! Hoora…. er. Um. Wait.
I’ve got three Egraphs to give away, and you’re going to want one. They are pretty sweet.
They tend not to be a rumor hotbed in the way the GM and Winter Meetings are.
The Cubs’ President explains why he likes the signing, and Scott Baker explains why he’s excited to join the Cubs.
A couple of prospects in transition, for different reasons.
We’ll see where things stand in his recovery.
Episode 4 of the Re-Named Podcast: The Marlins Implode, the Cubs Get Baker, and the Josh Hamilton Issue
The BN Podcast continues its tour through free agency, and, oh, sigh, the Marlins …
The Cubs may be setting the market with Scott Baker, though they may have been more disappointed abou Hyun-jin Ryu than we think.
The two are clearly in sync in the middle of the Cubs’ infield. Also: Michael Bowden … a starter?
Josh Johnson, Mark Buehrle, Jose Reyes, Emilio Bonifacio, John Buck …
Points to some Cubs fans finally “turning against the Cubs” as the kick in the pants.
The 31-year-old righty is coming off of Tommy John surgery, but was pretty great before that.