November 2012

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Rob Deer Doesn’t Want the Cubs to Be Rob Deer and Other Bullets

Rob Deer Doesn’t Want the Cubs to Be Rob Deer and Other Bullets

Just because he hit .220 with a ton of strikeouts doesn’t mean that’s what he coaches players to do.

Fun Without Photoshop: Coyotes at Wrigley Field

Fun Without Photoshop: Coyotes at Wrigley Field

Yup, actual coyotes – not cartoons or hockey players.

Cubs Hire Rob Deer as Assistant Hitting Coach

Cubs Hire Rob Deer as Assistant Hitting Coach

You may remember Rob Deer as Adam Dunn before Adam Dunn was a thing. In a way, he was a sabermetric darling at the dish.

The Dodgers’ New TV Deal is Going to Be Worth Five Times the Cubs’ Deal

The Dodgers’ New TV Deal is Going to Be Worth Five Times the Cubs’ Deal

The Dodgers are expected to be pulling in $240 million to $280 million PER YEAR on their new TV deal.

Prospects’ Progress: McNutt and Lake

Prospects’ Progress: McNutt and Lake

Two of the most discussed Cubs prospects in the last two years get a whole lot of discussion.

In Case You Wondered Which Way the Wind Was Blowing: Rays Extend Evan Longoria Through 2022

In Case You Wondered Which Way the Wind Was Blowing: Rays Extend Evan Longoria Through 2022

A sign of the times, and a thinking piece for Cubs fans.

The Tax Man and Cubs Free Agents and Other Bullets

The Tax Man and Cubs Free Agents and Other Bullets

When making offers to free agents, the Cubs may have a slight tax advantage over other big market teams.

Report: Chicago Cubs Have Inquired About Marlins Outfielder Giancarlo Stanton

Report: Chicago Cubs Have Inquired About Marlins Outfielder Giancarlo Stanton

It’s fun to think about, but, of course, I’m sure 28 other teams “inquired,” too.