Alfonso Soriano is one of the most discussed trade names right now, but that doesn’t mean he’s going anywhere before July.
Month: February 2013
Video of the Cubs’ top prospect in the cage, as well as new video on Brett Jackson and Jorge Soler.
Chris Rusin and Nick Struck face each other in an intrasquad game today that features a lineup of vets and lineup of youngsters.
Three Cubs prospects put together a mini episode of ‘The Walking Dead.’
67 games on WGN this year, with most of the rest on CSN or CSN+. Only a small handful of national games are planned.
Theo Epstein Speaks: Adding Players at the Deadline, Trading Players at the Deadline, Draft, Payroll, More
It’s never a bad thing when Theo Epstein offers extensive thoughts on the organization.
BN Podcast Episode 17: Spring Training with Tim Sheridan, Filling Out the Bullpen, and Campanization of Fans
The man behind the mic for the Cubs in the Spring tells all about what it’s like to be in Mesa with the Cubs. Also: bullpen bits, Campana bits, and Garza injury bits.
The Cubs say they’re looking to have more knowledgable, more appropriate guests to be conductors this year.
Can the Cubs credibly threaten to leave Wrigleyville in favor of the suburbs? Should they, even if they could?
They were two of the Diamondbacks’ biggest international signees in 2011. These are legitimate prospects.
Baseball America has Javier Baez, Albert Almora, Jorge Soler, and Arodys Vizcaino making the cut.
If you look at homegrown pitchers who debuted between 2008 and 2012, the Cubs’ situation looks extremely dire.
He’s going to rest for a week, and we’ll see what’s what after that.
He’s open to a trade under the right circumstances. Based on Soriano’s stated criteria, can we take an educated guess on his list?
The Cubs are sad-ish to see Tony go, Tony is very gracious, and Dusty Baker is still talking about the Cubs.
Jed Hoyer says Garza is likely to be delayed by the injury, even if the team is hopeful it’s not a big deal.
He joins a crowded outfield in Arizona, and we wish him well.
It’s sad for a variety of reasons, but the Cubs have to confront the new financial reality of Major League Baseball.
Darwin Barney didn’t win the Gold Glove. Brandon Phillips lost it. And he only lost it because he’s too flashy for the managers to handle.