With Scott Hairston coming on board, joining Carlos Villanueva in roster limbo, the Cubs are going to have to clear some space.
Month: January 2013
“When numbers should be declining – they kept building for those guys. And it’s due to whatever they were putting in their system.”
Hairston is a versatile outfielder who mashes lefties.
The Braves have made a “strong” offer, and the Diamondbacks reportedly want to have the situation resolved this week.
Sammy says he should be in the Hall of Fame, and the Cubs should retire his number.
My take on the 2013 Convention, complete with stories, pictures, and hanging pretzels.
If he’s placed on waivers, the Cubs might start thinking about it.
The Dodgers’ new TV deal, already thought to be ridiculously enormous, is now expected to be even bigger than that.
2019 might be the best fit, anyway, considering the proposed Wrigley Field renovation schedule.
Lukewarm Stove: Price, Delmon Young and the Phillies, Soriano, Bourn, Volstad (UPDATE: Young to Phils)
The Phillies are once again publicly stating an interest in a right-handed corner outfielder not named Alfonso Soriano.
Tunney represents the neighborhood, which includes the rooftop owners.
The Cubs’ presumed third baseman says he really believes his wrist issue is behind him.
The would-be center fielder wants to start the year with the big club. Plus bits on Villanueva, Loux, and Pevey … and those promised full Wrigley pictures.
Most are on board with the Ricketts’ plan to pay for the renovation, themselves. What restrictions are they looking to have lifted in order to do so?
Always one of the better panels at CubsCon, yesterday offered a great many interesting prospecting bits.
Once again, Spring Training looks to be key for Garza.
The substantive news – quite a bit of it – from yesterday’s panels.