From the elite guys to the young guys to the less-heralded, near-big-league guys. An inside look at many Cubs prospects.
Articles by: Brett
Some potentially huge news for the Cubs in the upcoming 2015/16 IFA period, which starts July 2.
Jeff Samardzija started a kerfuffle with some comments about analytics, but, even if he’s not right about all of it, he made a very important point.
You didn’t really think he’d wait until July for the Cubs, did you? (Winky face.) (Slightly bummed face.)
There are still rumors going around, despite the fact that it’s late February.
Are we missing out on a problem with groundball pitchers? Will Adam Wainwright break down? Plus so much else.
The Cubs could go with three catchers, if it comes to that, or they could find a landing spot for Castillo. Also: they can and will make additions as necessary.
With the Cubs’ talent in the pen this year, in theory, they’ll be able to have a ton of match-up flexibility, even with a set closer.
Moncada and Hamels remain popular names. Zimmermann might cut off extension talks, Beachy signs with the Dodgers, more.
Adding a quality fourth pitch – especially a cutter – could be huge for Wada, and for how he helps the Cubs in 2015.
This is the first publicly-confirmed sale of a stake in the Chicago Cubs, and it goes to someone already affiliated with the organization.
So much to see, read, and discuss coming out of Mesa, Arizona.
Roughly half of the games are on CSN, with the other half split between WGN, ABC, and national broadcasts.
Kris Bryant’s 2014 MiLB season might have been the best in a decade. Also: Pierce Johnson could be awesome this year.
Although these are some of the least controversial changes MLB could have gone for, it’s a start, and could have a solid impact.
A popular topic last year, it could finally be happening soon. And it could include a familiar face.