At least one prospector thinks Kris Bryant is the best prospect in the Cubs’ system. More rankings, roster moves, scouting stuff, etc.
Month: July 2013
No comments on Sweet, Sleepy Lou yet?
Bruce Levine reports that the Cubs almost traded Russell to the Braves last week.
This could happen very quickly, and it’s possible that the affected teams already know.
So much for the Brewers being a pushover. Nate Schierholtz and Darwin Barney are out tonight.
Update coupled with a podcast episode? Could you ask for more? (Please don’t.)
James Russell didn’t have a great afternoon.
Kennedy presents an interesting possible “buy low” opportunity.
Given his struggles this year, it’s hard to say that this is *the* move for the Indians, or just a flyer.
Another report has Schierholtz “likely” to be traded by tomorrow’s deadline.
We are recording a podcast as I type. This is hard.
We keep waiting, and waiting for the potentially huge impact.
Game one of a well-time doubleheader. MOAR STUFF.
The latest from the rumor mill, as things are starting to pick up.
Already six hours? This is cake.
When a leverage dance goes awry.
They were actually connected to Gregg earlier this month, too.
Even if it’s achievable, is it something to get excited about?
It’s early, friends. It’s early.
Dogs and baseball are a good match. But make sure you bring your pooper scooper.
The Cubs wouldn’t move Samardzija short of being able to pick anyone they wanted out of a farm system.
Eight innings of fantastic pitching.
I am awake, enthused, and pretty much everything that is the opposite of how I’m going to feel in 36 hours.
Open Thread: Post All Rumors and News Here Until the 36-Hour Trade Deadline Blogathon Begins (5am CT)
I’m calling it an early night in preparation for tomorrow (and the next day).
That, according to a league source and ESPN Chicago. Schierholtz’s value is quite high, as you’d expect the asking price to be.
Jeff Samardzija on the hill, Brewers in town. This could go well.