It may not be enough to push the Cubs into signing someone like B.J. Upton, but they’ve got an advantage this year worth considering.
Month: November 2012
Anthony Rizzo had a great rookie year, but he didn’t get any votes in Rookie of the Year balloting for his trouble. Probably fair, but it would have been nice.
With the 40-man roster at 36, and roster decisions due very soon, what exactly are the Cubs going to do?
What might an extension look like for a guy like Samardzija? How much is too much? How long is too long?
The forgotten second baseman and the forgotten reliever?
For those inclined to embrace the “Clown Kenney” persona, prepare yourself for a new arrow in the quiver.
The more we learn, the more it looks like the Cubs weren’t the problem. Also, Logan Watkins is raking in the AFL.
A dense bunch of rumors for you while you take in some college football.
They paid handsomely for the privilege, so losing out is a good side/bad side kind of thing. Also, an update on the wonky site issues from Thursday/yesterday.
Holy Smokes: The Winning Bid for Hyun-jin Ryu was $25.7 Million (UPDATE: Lotta Folks Say It’s Not the Cubs)
How would you feel if it was the Cubs?
More surprises, and a healthy write-up on a number of prospects.
Liriano makes sense as a bounce-back candidate type target for the Cubs … but little more.
Now we play the waiting game.
Why did Albert Almora get the top spot on the Cubs’ prospect list from Baseball Prospectus?
The forgotten lefty starter could be non-tendered later this month, if he isn’t traded sooner.
It’s likely that we’ll hear who won the right to sign Ryu within the next week.
Would the Cubs have interest? Does it even matter if they do?
Will the Cubs prefer free agent signings to trades this year? Do they expect many trades? What kind of free agents will they pursue?
Hey, we’ve finally got a name, and we talk about baseball … among other things.