Bourjos used to be a light-hitting, defense-heavy center fielder. He’s now likely to hit 55 homers in 2014.
Archive for November, 2013
The Cubs were indeed in on Josh Johnson, which suggests they’ll have other mid-tier pitching targets.
Rosscup might be the Cubs’ top in-house lefty reliever option. He sure strikes out a hell of a lot of batters.
A lefty back-up catcher with a walk rate approaching 20%? That’s a dude worth a look.
We may finally get a coaching staff announcement soon. Also, RIP to Michael Weiner.
The modifications to the plan include the further wall bump out, and a new sign in place of the abandoned pedestrian bridge.
Cano won’t go away until he signs. And that could be a while.
Fernando Abad looks like a particularly interesting target for the Cubs.
The ridiculous drama takes another turn. The outcome of the hearing process means a lot to the Yankees, and maybe the market.
Wow. That came out of nowhere, and, if it goes down, it’s a huge deal.
The two prospects are thus protected from being selected in the Rule 5 Draft.
Kris Bryant was a top three guy to both rankings services, which should be no surprise.
Darwin Barney’s great with the glove, but his bat might negate all of that value. Should the Cubs make a change now, or wait another year?
The upper level catching prospect the Cubs don’t have. Except, well, here he is.
Sure, there’s baseball stuff here, too. But … peppermint chocolate chip milkshake …
The Cubs were briefly attached to Johnson earlier this offseason, but the Padres make even more sense.
How about some Tuesday night rumorin’?
A 23-year-old pitcher and a 23-year-old shortstop, neither of which will be subject to any signing restrictions.