The odds he’s dealt before the Trade Deadline tomorrow just leapt up to 99.9%.
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A record-setting marathon game, and a walk-off win for the Cubs.
The latest from the rumor mill as we await the start of the Blogathon tomorrow morning.
Edwin Jackson gets the ball tonight, and if he pitches as well as Tsuyoshi Wada did, we might lose our minds.
The Cubs will be active in talks and may make a trade or two. But they won’t dump guys just to dump them.
Don’t worry about a crowded outfield. At least not right now.
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That’s quite an evolution over the last few days, and the ramifications for the market – and the offseason – could be significant.
He’ll be working out for other teams this week, and that might be a precursor to staying involved.
Which is to say, he’s not going to be an ace for the next decade. But that doesn’t mean he can’t be a nice 4/5 for a few years.
Does keeping Ruggiano – and someone like Chris Coghlan – present more value to the Cubs than a marginal prospect?
That means the Cubs are chipping in about $300,000. Enough to buy a meaningful prospect?
Wada was excellent and the Cubs opened things up just enough late.