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Archive for 2014
In the end, it was relatively simple: the Cubs preferred to stick with their young arms, who are all pitching well.
Everything you need to know about the mechanics of drafting and signing players before the start of the draft tomorrow.
Baez slides slightly from 7 to 9, and Bryant climbs from 15 to 8.
No, there’s no connection between his shoulder and an open Internet. It’s just, well, those are the two big things in the Bullets.
It’s midseason All-Star time in the minors, and the AA Tennessee Smokies are all over the Southern League’s roster.
The Cubs have been broadcast on WGN, mostly consistently, for nearly 90 years. The new deal will be announced tomorrow.
The Cubs come back from the seemingly insurmountable one-run deficit and walk it off.
Jake Arrieta will pound the lower half of the zone with sinkers tonight. I think. Maybe. We’ll see.
The Cubs had to make a bullpen decision with Hector Rondon returning from paternity leave.
It’s conceivable, and they certainly have the prospects to make a deal work. Nick Cafardo suggests there could be interest.
To the extent you’re hoping the Cubs can grab Carlos Rodon at four, you’re going to keep getting your hopes up. For better or worse.
The accolades keep piling up for the Cubs’ dominant third base prospect.
Carlos Villanueva reminds us of the human side of trades – something he might soon have to deal with.