Trout got paid, but it’s a huge bargain for the Angels.
Month: March 2014
It’s a step up from Cactus League play, right? And the Cubs won!
Chris Rusin heads to AAA Iowa, and everyone else still in camp gets a bullpen spot.
Starlin Castro is reportedly set to play tomorrow, though.
Longer suspensions, no playoffs, and the ability to prove that you didn’t mean to do it.
How many Cubs prospects have the chance to be future stars in Major League Baseball? Do you already know?
Money that baseball operations didn’t spend this year could have a dramatic impact in the near future.
There’s some fun to be had on Opening Day. Grab a portion for yourself.
Although it may not be quite as strong as third base, the Cubs’ middle infield set of prospects is outstanding.
With the positional players set for Opening Day, what might the Cubs’ lineup variations look like?
No, Mike Olt and Ryan Kalish don’t make the Cubs a playoff team. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t reasons to smile.
It’s not downright crazy money in the new normal, but I don’t really see the upside for the Tigers.
The Cubs beat the White Sox (again), and close out the Cactus League at 13-18-1.
With Olt and Kalish in the fold, how does everything else shake out?
Starlin Castro will play in a minor league game today, instead. Today is the Cactus League finale, by the way.
I don’t have an Arrested Development picture for Ryan Kalish. But you can put one there in your mind.
The Pirates locked up another young star, and the Dodgers are already meeting about Yasiel Puig.
The annual Business of Baseball is out, and the Cubs pretty much are what we thought they were.
Effusive and deserved praise for the Cubs’ stockpile of talent at third base.