Shouldn’t the Orioles be more frequently connected in Jeff Samardzija trade rumors?
The third base prospect we hear the least about is someone to keep in mind going into 2014.
2013 was a mixed bag – great for me, not so for the big league Cubs.
Are we still searching for lessons from Soriano’s megadeal? And are people even noting the right lessons?
Except, like, on steroids. The Yankees could reportedly spend as much as $25 million next year.
If Tanaka is planning to give some of his contract back to Rakuten, MLB isn’t happy about it.
Well, that’s the equivalent, anyway.
Re-signing Ian Stewart was a mistake, but did the Cubs have any other “worst” moves?
Yes, it’s Javier Baez, whose meteoric rise continues, even in the offseason.
The 33-year-old reliever gets a one-year deal with a club option for 2015.
Wondering who he is? The Cubs signed him away from the Rangers earlier this offseason.
It’s early, but contract expectations and major suitors are starting to take shape.
Those minor mid-season trades can have long-lasting impacts.
The place looks good, though there won’t be much around it should you make the trip this year.
The Cubs won’t be outbid, but is the money going to be the deciding factor?
Hall of Fame votes are due by the end of the year. And the shenanigans have already started.
Not all solid big leaguers were once top 100 prospects.
The Cubs may want him very, very much. But that doesn’t mean they’ll get him.
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