The deal includes two option years that could keep Rizzo with the Cubs through 2021.
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Garza could be back in 10 days. And a Happy Mother’s Day to you mothers out there.
Against lefties, that’s going to be the plan. That’s fine with me, even if Castro’s skill set isn’t ideal there.
If you were afraid you would miss that distinctly Wrigley experience after the renovation, you needn’t worry.
His time with the Cubs was so brief I didn’t even have an opportunity to get a picture of him in a Cubs jersey apparently.
A very minor deal, but it’s the first trade of the season for the Cubs. Let’s get the trade season underway …
The “as expected” part is really the story here. Something went smoothly! (Of course, now the ordinance has to pass … )
We all already knew it to be true, but now Dale Sveum has confirmed it. And he used a “sample size” argument to make his case!
No one wanted Stewart and his $2 million contract for free.
Tom Ricketts, with some hedging, seems to say that he now expects things will get started on the renovation this year. That’s good news.
That’s what Dale Sveum says, anyway. The numbers don’t quite back it up, but Wood has been ridiculously good.
Hoyer says the Cubs rode Marmol “really hard” for years, and his “fastball and slider aren’t what they used to be.” Blunt. But right.
After being optioned to Iowa, Stewart had the right to take 72 hours to report. But he was already with the Iowa Cubs … so what’s going on?