Is it usually a bad thing to be hailed a winner of the offseason?
Archive for 2013
Nothing has been decided about his posting future just yet. Ease up.
The Cubs’ minor league signing contingent is growing very large.
Baez is to stay at shortstop in the near-term, and yet he could soon be knocking on the door to the bigs.
Not a lot of turnover in the organization, which is a good sign.
The FCC is reconsidering things, but the impact to MLB could be minimal.
Still waiting to see an original report myself, but that’s what the buzz is.
Sanchez has fallen on hard times as a starter, but maybe he can reinvent himself in the bullpen.
A mild bit surprising, given the presence of Welington Castillo and George Kottaras. A quality third catcher?
The stat is not only awful on its own merits, it is harmful because of what it has been held up to be.
The 26-year-old outfielder was one of the better players in Cuba, and offers versatility.
In case you wanted to know the particulars of the recent agreement between MLB and NPB regarding posting players.
One report has the Cubs asking for Jason Heyward or Justin Upton, each of whom is a free agent after two seasons.
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.