Another feather in the system cap; the Cubs have impact and depth, and it’s going to be so much fun to follow this year.
Articles by: Brett
Is MLB getting tougher for young positional players? If so, does that disproportionately hurt the Cubs? Tentative answers: no, no.
I don’t think it’s an unreasonably low mark, but I think the Cubs are more likely to reach 82 wins this year than to finish .500 or worse.
This could cut a number of ways. Clearer path for the Cubs to deal a back-end guy? Or is the market really bad?
Banks may have wanted to be cremated and have his ashes scattered at Wrigley Field, but that hasn’t happened.
The problem of the expanding bottom of the strike zone has likely been a significant factor in falling offensive production.
The 27-year-old righty was on his fourth team of the offseason, and the Cubs were the first to successfully get him through waivers.
It turns out there’s another wrinkle to James Shields’ deal with the Padres: an opt-out clause.
If you’re wondering what that means, and what comes next, here’s your rundown.
One year ago today, the Cubs revealed that Jake Arrieta had shoulder tightness and wouldn’t break camp with the big league team. Think about where it all went from there.
The Cubs had interest at one time, but things have changed since then. The Phillies would be best served making a deal soon, but will they actually do it?
It still sounds like a decision is coming much sooner than would put the Cubs in the race.
There are not words to properly describe the knowing absurdity of this video. I really want a Cubs version.
The money was actually extremely close, and Shields chose the better fit. I still don’t register too much disappointment.
Sahadev Sharma gives the Cubs’ pen more love, and I start the discussion of how the Cubs sort through all of their depth.
I don’t think you can really be all that accurate projecting win totals right now, but it’s interesting to see how many have the Cubs right there.