The Cubs President of Business Operations today met with a group of bloggers to discuss a range of topics.
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As CSN pushes to keep its channel on Dish, I’m reminded of just how difficult the Cubs’ TV rights situation is to navigate.
We don’t know for sure that the Cubs are interested in Martinez, but options are always a good thing.
As well as other authenticated Wrigley Field items throughout the year. Also: pitch sequencing is important.
With offense continuing to trend down, is it worth exploring extreme rules changes?
Junior Lake, Arismendy Alcantara, Christian Villanueva, and more. Also: how did Cubs prospects fare in the AFL?
The former Cubs catcher makes his way back to Chicago as the new quality assurance coach.
Reportedly five years and $95 million. That’s on the high end of what folks were projecting he would get.
It appears to have been just one of those things that happened as series of unconnected events.
You could see the 2015 NL Central as among the best divisions in baseball … or you could see a lot of struggles.
It was the bare minimum the Cubs had to do – but that was pretty much what was expected today.
Tim Wilken might be contacted by the Diamondbacks for an interview. Also: are the Cardinals going to get aggressive?
Eligible minor leaguers must be rostered today to protect from the Rule 5 Draft. That means things will happen around the league and on the Cubs.
The sky may fall from time to time, but it always eventually makes it way back up there.
The things he does well, he does exceptionally well. La Stella is a guy with clear starter upside, which makes things interesting.
More framing data supports the Cubs making a change behind the plate.