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?
Month: February 2013
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.
A ton happened over the weekend, so if you’re just now getting back into the Cubs’ world, here’s what you’ll want to check.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Cubs Hope Approvals Will Soon Be in Place to Start Work This Year
No additional night games this year, though, and probably no new ad signage, either.
At least it apparently didn’t look like it was the elbow.
Folks were gushing about his swing and the sound off his bat when he arrived in Mesa on Friday. And now you can gush, too.
He thought he had a new deal with WGN before the length of the deal and the guaranteed years threw him for a loop.
Hoyer is the far more accomplished baseball player. ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN!
Jed Hoyer Speaks: Interest in Michael Bourn? 500 AAA At Bats for Every Player? Trading Carlos Marmol? More
The Chicago Cubs’ GM just hopped on the radio and offered a range of interesting thoughts.
His name appears in Tony Bosch’s documents … this time, together with other players to whom Bosch was allegedly supplying PEDs.
Today’s the reporting date for positional players to Spring Training. Of course, most are already there.
Here’s a fresh look, straight from Mesa.
If that’s what the data says, I’ll certainly take it.