Consume! Hurry, before 2012 ends!
Month: December 2012
At least not as third base competition for Ian Stewart.
Although they don’t (fully) own the Cubs anymore, it could still have implications for the Cubs.
The Cubs and Phillies may already have the parameters of an Alfonso Soriano deal in place.
He says he’d be able to begin Spring Training right away if it started tomorrow. Good, good.
Are they even relevant to the Cubs at this point? If they are, should the Cubs be trying to make a move?
A couple analyses attach the Cubs to Bourn, who is still looking for a job.
The Cubs, and every other team, have new Spring Training/batting practice caps, which are actually kind of interesting.
Another no risk, nice upside move for the bullpen.
A ton of material to digest from a couple of chats.
An extensive look at drops in velocity as pitchers age, and the impact it can have on their effectiveness.
What are some of the better (worse?) moments from 2012, and what are the Cubs going to do with that rotation depth? Also: aliens.
One publication says, yes, it was Rizzo in 2012. Other 2012 moments to remember, and strange-but-true items.
The Red Sox finally got their closer and the deal could become the comparable for a Carlos Marmol trade.
We’re entering the kinda-sorta second half of the offseason, where the focus will change, and the team will start to come into focus.
What were the Cubs’ best decisions in 2012? It’s a sad question to confront.
I’m gonna go enjoy some serious family time.
It’s family photo time! Also a little bit of Cubs news.
A couple of moves yesterday could have a significant impact on the Cubs.
His four-year, $52 million deal comes with a big signing bonus up front.
Their dalliance with other options was short-lived. Also: Cubs sign Brad Nelson, Pirates sign Francisco Liriano, and how to have a picture with your comments.
Nate Schierholtz is officially signed, Gerardo Concepcion is off the 40-man (but still a Cub), and a couple relievers are gone.
The lefty was DFA’d last week and subsequently waived. He didn’t quite make it through waivers. Bummer.
With seven capable starters in the fold, what exactly are the Cubs’ options in the rotation as they head toward the end of the offseason?
The one you’ve been waiting for: arguably the Cubs’ best positional prospect and best pitching prospect.
With so many pitchers in the fold, the Garza rumors are really going to start.