This one looks pretty darn good.
Month: January 2013
Ending the lovable loser tag, upgrading facilities, deferring payments, and more. Also, thoughts on the lack of an official Carlos Villanueva deal.
How much were the Mariners going to be giving up, and what does it say about the possibility of an Upton trade? Who gets him now?
Longitudinal studies and random in-season HGH testing.
The Cubs have two of the top 25 players under age 25.
The 23-year-old tore up A-ball last year (and has a pretty good reason why he was still in A-ball at 23).
Sessions, events, activities, and more.
Clearly, the Diamondbacks are looking to move the 25-year-old outfielder.
A couple of utility types who can compete for a bench job.
He’ll be a primary back-up infielder next year … if that makes sense.
That’s the Saturday of the Cubs Convention. That could have some implications.
Sammy Sosa may not be in the Hall of Fame, but he’s embracing the new web.
Cubs players, coaches, and executives will make several stops around Chicago next week.
Obviously the young shortstop would like a chance to play in front of family and friends at home.
He’s not going to make the Hall of Fame, but can he come back into the Cubs’ world?
Despite a loaded ballot, a variety of issues clouded the vote.
How would folks in Dallas view the acquisition of Garza?
It’s a super-sized edition of the podcast for you, touching on the Hall of Fame, the latest Cubs rumors, and lady-pickin’-up-skillz.
It’s going to be a very important Spring/early-Summer for Jackson, after an already very important offseason.