It’s not been a great morning for Cubs fans. I think it’s OK to feel a little bummed, but let’s keep some perspective.
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The Cardinals pick up Jordan Walden, too, in exchange for Shelby Miller and Tyrell Jenkins.
It’s unclear, but the Blue Jays are at least serious about Martin.
The Cubs are highly unlikely to get two of the three, let alone all of them. But it’s interesting to discuss each in the context of their predicted contract.
That’s according to Jon Heyman, who says the deal should be announced later this week.
More framing data supports the Cubs making a change behind the plate.
Things cranked up on Friday night, and then again last night. You may have missed some things.
And the deal could be in the four-year, $64 million range.
On inspection, it doesn’t look like the kind of deal that necessarily precedes another move. This might just be a guy the Cubs really like, position notwithstanding.
This is a surprise. Adding a lefty-hitting second baseman with a great plate approach is fine, and I’m sure there’s a good reason … but why?
Looking back at what we were talking about last November underscores how different things are.
Although Lester is expected to meet with his top suitors this weekend, a decision may take a bit longer.
At just 25, he’s the youngest ever recipient of the award.
He’s an unblocking license away from being able to sign. That’s not necessarily good for the Cubs.
The two rooftops allegedly owe more than $36 million. In theory, this could lead to a sale.
The team of MLB players is now down 0-3 in the Japan All-Star Series, and they were just no-hit.