According to Jed Hoyer, Sveum wasn’t pushed to change course, and say he couldn’t bench Castro.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
The Cubs’ strategy was both obvious and sound. Jed Hoyer says there aren’t many sellers so far this year, and where the heck is Matt Szczur?
Yeah, well. Last night the Cubs won 10-0, so they’re still winning overall.
The outfield prospect was showing off one last time before teams submit bids.
So, last night was fun. How about round two?
Parker won’t be pitching again for at least a month.
The rumor mill keeps churning, and it sounds like teams are getting more and more interested in Matt Garza.
The 2012 Draft concludes today with the rounds where the “scouting contest” really shines through.
The Cubs took a couple exciting pitchers on Monday, something the system sorely needs.
The Cubs’ top pick is talking about going to college, but it’s just part of the game.
He knew he had a perfect game going last night. Dale Sveum isn’t as mad at Starlin Castro, and Alfonso Soriano is trying to help the young shortstop.
BAM. 10 games’ worth of runs in one night.
It’s the second day of the Draft, and the Cubs will take 14 more players today. Epstein/Hoyer/McLeod have made a lot of hay in these rounds in the past.