That doesn’t mean the Cuban outfielder will ultimately sign with the Marlins, but, well, let’s just say Marlins’ fans have reasons to be optimistic.
Articles by: Brett Taylor
The 2012 Cubs would be a lot better with Matt Garza. But what about the 2013 and 2014 Cubs? What to do, what to do.
That’s still good, right? A few more players have showed up early at Spring Training, the Cubs are highly analytical, and Geovany Soto has abs.
He’s a light-fielding, decent-hitting utility player who’ll fight for a 25-man roster spot in Spring Training.
He still doesn’t have his work visa yet, though.
While we’re still obsessing about Yoenis Cespedes (obsespedes?), one of the Cubs’ draft picks might drop a bit. The Reds might make one of their young starters available.
Fantasy rankings don’t tell you the whole story about a team’s expected performance, but the part of the story they do tell is pretty grim for the Cubs.
Oneri Fleita, AA Tennessee, Theo Epstein, Tony Campana, and the smell of the Cubs highlight a hefty 12 bullets today.
Cardenas was an attractive waiver claim, but dumping DeWitt is a minor surprise.
One of the Cubs’ top prospects, 21-year-old Junior Lake, is an incredible athlete with tremendous potential. But, as with all prospects, the risks are substantial.
With Garza’s contract settled, trade rumors resume, and Cespedes is nearing an expensive decision.
The facility, which will be the biggest and best in Latin America, is expected to be in place within two years.
Prior hasn’t pitched in the big leagues in over five years. Geovany Soto could be one of the better offensive catchers once again in 2012, and the Reds are probably going to be good.