The NL Central is very, very good.
Archive for July, 2013
Sure, the Cubs made a trade yesterday that implicates their own organization. But it also shifted the pitching trade market.
Although it was a minor deal, the Marmol trade is a tricky one to explain. Hopefully he succeeds in Los Angeles or wherever, though.
There remains no concern that Bryant won’t sign, but he’s talking the negotiation talk.
Almost Giggity: Top International Prospect Eloy Jimenez Reportedly Decides to Sign with Chicago Cubs
He’s been the Cubs’ top target for a long time, according to most folks. Let’s talk about what’s up there, and where the Cubs’ international bonus pool stands.
The Cubs landed six(!) AA All-Stars this year. Just one at AAA, though, and he’s currently in the big leagues.
Another bullpen-induced loss. Yeesh.
Minutes after breaking today’s big trade, Law was on the phone with us. That is technically a true statement.
So long, Scott Feldman. His rotation replacement – at least for tonight – is Chris Rusin, and he gets the A’s.
Not only did the Cubs make a lot of deals today, they had to make a lot of roster moves to accommodate those deals.
The Colombian righty gets $800,000.
Chicago Cubs Trade Second Base Prospect Ronald Torreyes to Houston Astros for International Bonus Money
The 20-year-old prospect was a favorite, but his stock had fallen.