We know it’s a good thing, and we know it will probably help the Cubs compete … but how much?
Analysis and Commentary
It was easy to dream on Grimm as a successful starter, but, along the way, he showed all the hallmarks of a dominant bullpen conversion.
And here’s why that’s a good thing. No, not the banning shifts part, but the “open” part.
Mr. Cub was as loved and admired for the things he did off the field as on it.
The team looks to have quality depth, but not a ton in the way of impact performances. All in all, though? Looking good.
What are the claims really about? Are they strong? Where does this go from here?
How much do the Cubs project to spend in 2015 on payroll, given the current roster? Where could they go from here?
What are folks saying about the deal? And also, well, other stuff and things.
Step back and look at what the Cubs have accomplished this Winter, and you will be impressed.
It’s sad to see Valbuena go, but the Cubs did the right thing. And they reiterated that they really do want to win in 2015.
How much does the change mean? How much do the walks mean? We won’t know for a while, but it costs almost nothing to find out.
We know that the Cubs have had good fortune the last few years when it comes to pitcher health. Can we project more of the same for 2015?
The Buckeyes just won it all, triggering madness throughout Columbus. But that’s nothing.
The Sandberg Game? Kerry Wood’s 20K? Something else? What about your own, personal moments?
It might be, which isn’t an insult. Also, a whole lot on non-roster invitees to Spring Training, kicked off by pitching prospect Corey Black.
Things get financial for arbitration-eligible players this week. Here’s the Cubs’ list, and what you can expect to happen.