The Hall of Fame is now actively getting involved in keeping out certain players.
Hey, if the O’s are going to treat Britton like a salary dump, by all means, Cubs, go for it! Also, much more on Stanton and Ohtani, and others.
Baseball is Fun: Which one is your favorite, besides the Cubs?
The next Andrew Miller? Maybe not, but the Cubs should still be interested.
Darvish, Arrieta, Davis, and others, let’s take a look at some free agent performance projections. They aren’t all that kind.
The 27-year-old righty has tremendous numbers away from Coors Field and fantastic contact-management numbers. So why’s he projected to get only a two-year deal?
How much can the top free agents expect to get this offseason?
Justin Wilson looks ready to bounce back in a BIG way. Please?
Darvish is arguably the top free agent arm on the market, and the Cubs need arms. Natural fit, right?
Can Junior recruit Ohtani for the Mariners? Also: things are looking up for a former top Cubs prospect.
Lackey intends to pitch in 2018, and the Cubs don’t sound ready to rule out the possibility that it’s with them.
Some surprises are good, others are bad.
Maybe Davis turns out to be an exception for the Cubs’ front office.
BIF: Here’s a Trailer for Bill and Brian Doyle-Murray’s New Show Visiting Minor League Parks Across the Country
Baseball is Fun: Uh, yeah, I’ll be watching all of this one.
The Cubs could be ready to make a big move to shake up the roster, but the Rays may not be moving Chris Archer this offseason (again). That, and much more.
It sounds like he still very much intends of making it work on both sides of the ball.
Hello Aramis Ademan. Welcome to the spotlight.
There is plenty of interest out there, and you could even connect the dots to the Cubs if you were stretching. (But they’ll be impacted no matter what.)