Even if you’ve got your eight or nine big-league caliber starters, as the Chicago Cubs arguably do, there’s still a need to bring in quality arms.
Articles by: Brett
The new primary logo, in particular, is fantastic. Very Minor League in the absolute best sense.
Isn’t adding at third base kind of a stretch for the Chicago Cubs, given their other needs?
Left field, check. Right field, underway. THE HOLE, getting bigger.
The 27-year-old shortstop is coming off an insane year in KBO, but there are reasons to be skeptical here.
How much more valuable is an average defensive third base Bryant than an average defensive left field Bryant?
Just because it’s the offseason doesn’t mean there isn’t an occasional box score to enhance.
After 8 straight to start the postseason, the Royals lost badly to the Giants last night.
Away we go – the World Series. Or World Serious. Because it’s serious. You know?
We know that holding Bryant down could provide the Cubs value in 2021 in the form of an extra year of control. But how much is lost in 2015?
Does that set the minimum for the Cubs going forward, then?
A new physical therapy partnership for the Cubs, and, importantly, the possibility of a revenue increase.
Dealing with, and passing, a kidney stone during the ALCS? Yowsa. Also: another source indicating the Cubs will be in on Shields.
Thoughts from Tim Hudson to the contrary, and then a perfectly-timed sabermetric article. Also, Arismendy Alcantara may play winter ball.