Completely random, but fun, Cubs-related things upon which to look.
Chicago Cubs News
Whatever the rankings say, the Cubs have a great bullpen on paper. But, well, that doesn’t mean much.
Although the bleachers are still missing, foundation work is underway.
That’s great to hear for so many reasons. Castro remains an important part of the Cubs’ success in 2015, and he’s putting himself in the right position.
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.
Although no one expects severe penalties, it’s still a frustrating thing to have hanging over the organization’s collective head.
The front of the rotation is exciting, but the Cubs have a very interesting middle of the rotation, too.
One of the best trade options went off the board this weekend.
Valaika returns, the Cubs get a couple arms, and a solid back-up-back-up catcher.
The rooftops who are currently suing the City about the renovation’s signage plan have modified their lawsuit.
If Edwin Jackson is to be on the Cubs when 2015 opens, he’ll have to win a spot – be it in the rotation or bullpen.
Kickham is likely to go back on waivers. Denorfia will be a reserve outfielder and likely Chris Coghlan platoon-mate in left field.
On opt-outs and revenue sharing, and also the uncertainty of local broadcasts. Also, love for David Ross and Anthony Rizzo.
45 games will remain at local WGN-TV for 2015 to 2019, which finishes up the Cubs’ broadcast rights picture for the coming five years. And then? Something entirely different.