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Santo left us with so much to remember, and whenever see the Cubs and the number 10, I immediately think of him.
That’s the first time we’ve heard a sourced connection between the Cubs and the Cuban prospect.
The 28-year-old righty once looked like a huge arm in a loaded free agent class. But then a whole lot of struggling happened.
The rumors won’t go away, but I suppose that could simply be because the two sides keep in contact.
Everyone with any credibility will be doing so. Also: Eloy Jimenez is big, Kyle Schwarber looks good, and much more.
The Diamondbacks get just a little bit stronger in the tight NL West.
I land on a five-year deal that could arguably make sense for each side … and arguably be rejected by each side, too.
Two of the best players in the world have reportedly left the Cuban team to try and come to the States.
The Cubs got a deal done with their ace this weekend, among many other things.
The lack of power, on its own, is not the only problem. It causes other issues, and I’m not sure we discuss it enough.
What a weird scene that was. Remember it?
The Cubs have some of the hardest hitters in baseball, which does matter.