Maybe the age, the draft pick compensation, and the robust pitching market next year should have been warning signs all along. Can the Cubs get a steal?
Articles by: Brett
Baker was a lot of fun in 2014, and now he’s off to the Mariners on a minor league deal.
Starlin Castro seems like the obvious answer to bat behind Dexter Fowler, but there are other options.
It could be a very slight ding to the Pirates’ overall roster in 2015. They’re no worse with respect to their starters, but they lose a little depth.
There are some crazy things going on behind the scenes, and they could lead to Moncada finally being available soon. That’s probably not great news.
We know it’s a good thing, and we know it will probably help the Cubs compete … but how much?
It’s Kris Bryant. There. I said it. But you already knew it. I’m glad we had this talk.
The complicated relationship between the U.S. and Cuba, and the impending changes thereto, could have Moncada caught in the middle.
It was easy to dream on Grimm as a successful starter, but, along the way, he showed all the hallmarks of a dominant bullpen conversion.
This Friday and Saturday at Fourth Presbyterian Church.
With each day that goes by without a big-time extension, the post-2015 pitching class becomes potentially more ridiculous.
Fans will be able to pay their respects this week. Also, if you’d like to see another tribute, here’s a really good one.
Righty Yao-Lin Wang is probably the most recognizable name on the list. He stalled out at High-A in 2014.
And here’s why that’s a good thing. No, not the banning shifts part, but the “open” part.
The Cubs’ top youngster in 2015? Could it be Soler? Also, more on Maddon’s visit to PR, and an in-person look at the goings on in Mesa.