Almost too many interesting panels to take in. It’s always a fun event, and I’m already getting excited.
This is going to be a pretty fun situation to follow, especially given the teams involved. And there could be more.
This could have a dramatic impact on the way Cuban players are brought into the United States and signed by MLB teams.
The White Sox are getting as much hype as the Cubs, but they don’t project to be nearly as good at this point.
Myers, 24, is coming off a way down 2014, but still has huge potential. These Padres sure would like to make some noise.
The Cubs would like to keep adding, but the level of their additions isn’t quite clear.
Not only is the comparison a superficial fit, it’s impressive how similar the two are as pitchers.
Stacking things up in the NL Central is actually now a fun, and realistic exercise.
That’s pretty cool. It’s also pretty scary for the superstitious among you.
The Cubs have learned in recent years that what looks like a strength on paper can easily become something far short of that.
The 30-year-old righty is a nice, low-risk play for the Padres.
Morse was, at one time, mentioned as a possibility for the Cubs, though that always seemed an odd fit. Still, what will Cubs do in the outfield?
It would have been fun to discuss a new prospect, but it’s not like it wasn’t a great trade for the Cubs.
This completes the Felix Doubront trade from mid-season.
Motte returned from Tommy John surgery in mid-2014, and wasn’t quite himself yet. Before that, he was fantastic.
He was a lottery ticket target that I really liked for the Cubs. That’s a pretty sizable guarantee, however.
It’s another non-trade option for teams looking for an infield bat going off the board.
The 20-year-old righty has huge upside. But will he ever reach it?
The Chicago Cubs have themselves a bold President of Baseball Operations.
I’m sure there will be some important bits revealed today, but mostly, it’s a day to party.
Are the Red Sox still going to try and grab a top arm? Also, the Padres are reportedly heavy on Justin Upton.
The Cubs weren’t going to be getting Headley, but will a Headley loser come to the Cubs about Luis Valbuena?
It’ll be official later today, but Jon Lester is coming. More on his contract and what it means for the Cubs, plus many nice words about the future.
It sounds like the Marlins might not think they signed a monster deal at all.
And with it comes more rumors on what the Nationals are trying to do this offseason.
The rumors didn’t quite die down after the busy week.