The Trade Deadline has passed, and the players can just play baseball.
Month: July 2013
The Cubs didn’t make any trades today, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t do something.
If true, it’s not really disappointing, all things considered.
The Cardinals and at least one other team are involved.
No, I’m not losing it. Nope. Not at all.
Kennedy’s now off the market, and the Diamondbacks are probably out of the market for a reliever.
Maybe they won’t trade Nate Schierholtz or Kevin Gregg today, says Buster Olney.
Chatter picking up, though half of it is simply to note how little activity is expected today.
It’s not like you have anything better to do. And it helps support BN, so there’s that, too.
Uptick, uptick, uptick. The rumors are picking up steam, and I’m still trying to eat.
It’s awfully quiet right now, even if there are some bits to discuss. Suspiciously quiet.
Ever wonder what that “non-waiver” part is about? Here’s the 10 second answer.
Another report has the Cubs more likely to deal Schierholtz than any other player today. Then again, a different report suggests it’s DeJesus.
Now is about the time that things start to get rolling today.
It’s an impending issue, and there’s a very interesting article out on it today.
The expectation is that no deal is coming. Well, that was already the expectation. But now it’s even more expectier.
Folks shouldn’t be search for the next shortstop right now. Also, yesterday’s scores and highlights from around the minors.
I’ve come down with a case of the jitters. One day down, half a day to go.
There are diving catches, and there are diiiiiiiiving catches. Szczur’s is the latter.
The total, according to the Daily News, is just nine players, including Alex Rodriguez.
It’s all about the drink. And a particularly nice tweet. And the cats. Can you tell it’s past 3am for me?
We all know that Travis Wood has been good with the bat this year. But how good? Um, really, really good.
This evening’s rumors wind down a little bit.
That loss was stupid. So was the earlier one. Today’s doubleheader was stupid.
Another late loss, but it’s hard to blame Kevin Gregg for this one.
The Sox – Red and White – Are Close to a Jake Peavy Deal (UPDATES: Might Be Done, Might Involve Tigers)
A big move like that could quickly shift the trade market.