There aren’t easy decisions here.
Analysis and Commentary
It all flows backwards from the end, and it’s going to help in a number of ways.
The cost of acquiring top-notch bullpen talent is growing annually – and has been for some time.
Not a typical Jason Heyward season, mind you – just an average big league hitter from here on out in 2016. That would be huge.
An introductory Q&A went wildly awry through no fault of Chapman’s, but it underscored this tenuous situation.
My daughter asked me why the Cubs don’t win anymore. Silly question, right?
You know Chapman has been dominant in his career, but he’s doing it a little differently in 2016 so far.
It’s been a season of weak contact and bad results for Jason Heyward, but there are glimmers of improvement, believe it or not.
Where things stand after the trade, and the process that went into it.
About that controversial pinch-running decision last night. I’m open to the possibility that we’re all just wrong.
It’s a significant package to give up for a reliever, but it’s a reliever who might be as impactful as any playoff-bound reilever in baseball.
What exactly is preventing the deal from being finalized? How valuable is Chapman?
The layers of the Dexter Fowler return, the future for Albert Almora, the present for Carl Edwards, and much more.