Rijo is a Dominican third baseman, and Garay is a Panamanian shortstop.
Archive for 2014
Obsessive Samardzija Trade Watch: Another Totally Disinterested Executive is Posturing, Er, Evaluating
There are reasonable debates to be had about Jeff Samardzija’s trade value, but it’s hard not to see the self-interest problem.
Morning baseball on the Fourth of July. I dig it. Makes my morning beer totally legit.
The Cubs sport the NL’s third best record over the past month and a half. So that’s neat.
Baseball, food, and America! Your scores and performances around the minors.
A holiday weekend series in Washington for the Cubs? That’s pretty cool. Just avoid the highways.
It’s not as easy to plan to, and expect to, make an early July trade as folks might think.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Rooftops Offer Not to Sue if Cubs Limit Sign Request, Cubs Respond
If the Cubs go back to their two-sign plan, rather than the current seven-sign iteration, the rooftops will reportedly back down. The Cubs don’t sound interested.
The 16-year-old prospects each get $250,000 – the maximum the Cubs can give to any single player right now.
Are there real, meaningful implications of the Cubs’ sweep of the Red Sox? Is there meaning here, or are we just reaching?
The 22-year-old infielder/outfielder is tearing up AAA, and is already on the 40-man roster.
It’s easy to forget how we felt in the past, and how quickly things change.
The Tennessee Smokies could keep getting better and better. Also, the latest from the system – tons of great performances of late.
That’s an emphatic sweep of the defending World Champs.