When you think about Rizzo catches, you know which two you think of. But there is another!
Articles by: Michael Cerami
There are some up-and-coming teams on the way in the NL Central, and the path to a long competitive window for the Cubs could become cluttered.
The Cubs added to their bullpen depth with an old friend.
The latest from around the league, including Tyson Ross’s potentially slow return, Luis Valbuena to the Angels, and more.
No, the Cubs aren’t in the top half after a couple years of depletion, but only barely.
Judging based on these and other recent rankings, the Cubs’ top pitching prospects are Dylan Cease, Jose Albertos, Oscar de la Cruz, and Trevor Clifton, in some order.
Maybe even as soon as the next couple weeks.
Ever think about the difference between “risk” and “uncertainty” in contract negotiations?
In both phases of the game, the Cubs’ position players figure to excel as a unit in 2017.
Have the Cardinals been right not to go crazy this offseason? Would the Dodgers want Javy Baez (of course they would)? And much more.
The top three look familiar, but after that, things are changed around.
A rumor about a minor league free agent with uninspiring numbers usually doesn’t merit a long post, but Kelly’s story is unique.
From Baseball is Fun: “Is, uh, this net reinforced?”
From Baseball is Fun: Ted Williams is one of the best hitters on baseball history. Easily. But what was his worst season? How bad could it be?
So much Cubs prospect goodness to digest from the Cubs Convention.