Hendricks or Warren? This is a question the Cubs may actually wind up facing.
Analysis and Commentary
Santo left us with so much to remember, and whenever see the Cubs and the number 10, I immediately think of him.
Young, arbitration-level, position player stars getting multi-year deals – this will be relevant to the Cubs’ future negotiations.
Cubs GM Jed Hoyer discusses the upcoming season, the rotation, finding playing time, and much more. And we discuss the same.
The Cubs struck out a ton in 2015, but they figure to be among the most improved teams for 2016.
I land on a five-year deal that could arguably make sense for each side … and arguably be rejected by each side, too.
So many hits and misses over the years in free agency. Can the Class of 2015 live up to what the group did in 2006?
The lack of power, on its own, is not the only problem. It causes other issues, and I’m not sure we discuss it enough.
In this week’s Ask Away, we check in on the remaining roster moves, gaps in sabermetrics, Brett as a Michael’s boss, and much more.
Richard was used a variety of ways in 2015, and that could happen again in 2016. Or, when you dig in, maybe he’ll mostly just be a match-up reliever.
No DH in the National League? No problem for Joe Maddon, who is among the best at what he does.
The Cubs have some of the hardest hitters in baseball, which does matter.
It appears as if the Cubs and other big spenders picked a good year to invest in the free agent market.