Get yourself ready for the 2018 season by getting yourself ready for 2018 Spring Training by getting yourself ready for … I lost the bit.
I think the Cubs have had a good offseason so far, all things considered.
The top centerfielder on the market coming to the Cubs? Does that really make sense?
An NL Central standoff on Jake Arrieta?
Legal issues were always likely to arise.
When you look at the possible market, there aren’t a lot of obvious options for $100+ million pitchers.
Doesn’t the best-pitched game ever get you into the Hall of Fame?
2017 may not have been the year of the comeback for the Cubs, but for a week in April, there was no team like them.
Good for Prior, who was previously with the Padres.
That would be a huge AAV to add to the payroll, but getting Arrieta back on a four-year deal would be nice.
The Cardinals are suddenly attached to a trio of the biggest names. Also, will Bryce Harper’s brother keep him in DC long-term?
When thinking about the top ten pitchers in baseball, there are two Cubs starters who I think are just outside that group. Maybe in it.
Welcome back, and welcome to 2018! I hope you can actually see this post! (Yes, some folks have had some home page issues.)
The Cubs are still looking at the free agent pitching market, and an old name pops back up – but he’s also attached to a division rival.
The Cubs are the new Giants. You’ll see! You’ll all see!!!
2017 comes to a mixed close. Mostly good, though. I have many thanks to offer.
Maddon has two more years left, and Epstein has four. Is that it?
The Cubs would have had the money to re-sign Wade Davis, but perhaps not that AND land a big free agent starter.
With Wade Davis gone, is the Cubs’ bullpen going to be all right? Yes! Maybe!
Hurry back, baseball. I want more moments like this.
The Cubs reportedly offered up Montgomery as part of their effort to land Machado, which is interesting on a number of levels.
The Cubs’ closer is headed out west. The Cubs will have to look elsewhere, and will pick up compensation in the process.
Some of the biggest baseball oddities of the year, and one of the oddest of all helped the Cubs win the NLDS.
I still can’t see the Cubs involved with Arrieta if he gets anything close to what he wants, but his asking price could be lower than rumored.
The Cubs were involved in four of the wildest half-innings of the year … three for the wrong reasons.
Ryan, 26, was really good in 2016, and really ineffective in 2017.