With a full rotation and a full bullpen, what will the D-Backs do with the talented young righty who is out of options?
Month: February 2014
Baseball of sorts is back, so it makes sense to, you know, discuss baseball again.
A little random Twitter fun for the day.
Arodys Vizcaino and Armando Rivero are among the relievers scheduled to throw in today’s intrasquad game.
Cubs Viewmaster and Etch-A-Sketch? Want.
Keep the dream alive! … or something. It’s just a projection, right?
Reports that he’s dropped some weight appear to be very, very accurate.
There will be a pre-sale on March 4 for those who are willing to pay a little extra.
The Spring rotation will start out Samardzija, Rusin, Wood, Jackson, Hammel.
Major trades in Spring Training are rare, but this offseason has been unusual.
Villanueva, in particular, gets serious praise. He may be the top defensive third baseman in the minors.
Right now, the Cubs just slide into the bottom third, below the median MLB level of about $100 million.
I’ll be in Mesa for Spring Training the week of March 3.
Don’t jack the catcher unless you have to, and don’t block the plate without the ball. That’s the gist.
The worst transactions of the offseason? Many were the ones for which Cubs fans were pining.
It sounds like he’s at least getting a little work out there now.
Might they sit out until June? Might the system change soon? How would the Cubs’ plans be impacted?
The Blue Jays didn’t spend much this offseason … think Boras approves?
That’s your meta piece of the Bullets. The Cubs stuff includes more good Olt news and a Lake foul ball accident.