One report has the Cubs asking for Jason Heyward or Justin Upton, each of whom is a free agent after two seasons.
Month: December 2013
The business of baseball is booming. Say what you will about everything else, but there’s no denying that part.
A realistic set of Cubs-related wishes as we turn the page on 2013.
The Cubs may have gotten their back-end reliever.
A few moves around baseball in the last couple of days could have an impact on the Cubs’ peripheral plans.
One of the Cubs’ top pitching prospects had himself a year in 2013.
Maybe not a ton of progress. But something. Probably.
The Wesley Wright deal is officially official, which gives the Cubs yet another lefty option after years of having few.
“I informed my team that I would like them to allow me to test my abilities in Major League Baseball next season.”
If true, you can expect the Tanaka-Cubs rumors to ramp up.
Are the Cubs looking to lighten James Russell’s load … or to shop him around?
The Cubs’ VP of Scouting and Player Development offers some thoughts.
Does it make sense to make those moves in tandem? Or does it just make things worse?
The former Cub and long-time Red committed suicide last year.
The Cubs will have to go back to the well for a closer/mustache.
My never-ending quest to improve the commenting experience around here. Also: Cubs stuff.
Unless you are opposed to fun and/or winning money.
With Cano moving out and Infante signing elsewhere, the Yankees could get desperate for some infield assistance.
He was pulled in the Dominican Winter League, and it was the Cubs who did the pulling for rest purposes.
Kalish is a 25-year-old outfielder who was recently non-tendered by the Red Sox.
The Australian righty was a top five prospect in the Twins’ system as recently as 2012.
Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? But that’s the (lol) report.
If you like your outfielders speedy and on-base-y, here’s one to consider.
From the Blue Jays, the Cubs reportedly wanted Aaron Sanchez, Marcus Stroman, and another prospect.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Mayor and Alderman Want Cubs to Start Work, City May Be Pushing Rooftops
City Council has re-approved the renovation plan, and, understandably, folks are anxious for work to begin.
He got the gig next to Pat Hughes over Todd Hollandsworth. Also more on the Ruggiano trade, the Hernandez non-signing, and Mark Prior.