80’s. Hair. Matt Garza. How can that miss?
Archive for July, 2013
The final public hurdle has been cleared, and the Cubs are formally authorized to begin the renovation. When they’re ready.
It looked like a good package to Cubs fans, and everyone else seems to agree. More on the deal and the prospects involved.
The Red Sox are mentioned as a frontrunner, and Gonzalez may be “out of the Cubs’ price range.”
I know you want to do it. Just get it out of your system.
Kris Bryant had a rough debut at Boise last night.
Dale Sveum wasn’t around to see the game fall apart.
Evening Alfonso Soriano Update: “Large Gap” Exists in Talks, Soriano Would Need Time to Consider Trade (UPDATES)
It became clear quickly that the overnight “close” report was overstated, and now we could be looking at a long process.
Travis Wood will start a second half streak of quality starts, yes?
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Zoning Committee Approves; Bridge Scrapped, 10-Year OF Sign Moratorium in Place
The penultimate hurdle has been cleared, though it took some additional bending.
Hoyer tells MLBN Radio that, when it comes to Soriano, “nothing [is] close at all.” The front office will be speaking to Soriano soon about trade issues.
A 26-year-old middle infielder is on the market, but it sounds like the Dodgers all but have him locked up.
It’s the image – well, the collection of images shown in rapid sequence to approximate a video – that will stick in my mind.
The Cubs would eat most of the salary, and get a “mid-level” prospect in return, according to one report.
His short stint in rookie ball is over, and the real work begins now.
If true, the Cubs might have a shot at landing the 26-year-old righty.
When it comes to new Cubs prospect Mike Olt, do you buy the hype or the history? Also, where do Olt and C.J. Edwards rank in the Cubs’ system?
An added incentive for the Yankees to acquire a player like Soriano.
Laaaaaaaaaaake. The good Lake.