The Red Sox reliever has been a great starter at AAA this year, so maybe he’ll soon be a rotational fill-in for the Cubs.
Chicago Cubs News
The Cubs’ President of Baseball Operations offers his thoughts on the upcoming trade deadline, and where the Cubs stand, among other things.
Maybe. Jeff Samardzija understands his role going forward, Darwin Barney keeps getting praise for his defense, and Randy Wells has a strained elbow.
Get ready to put way too much stock into rookie ball numbers!
The former Cubs starter is back in Chicago, and he’s got a thousand apologies.
Is there a reason for concern? He was looking so good, and at least one guy thought he looked good last night, too.
You never know what Ozzie really means. In the same breath, Ozzie explains why Cubs fans should welcome Z back with open arms.
The Commissioner has a pretty sweet All-Star-related offer in mind for the city of Chicago.
Marmol still has to focus on throwing strikes. Dale Sveum loves Darwin Barney, Jeff Samardzija loves Ryan Dempster, and everyone loves Anthony rizzo.
Jed Hoyer talks about all manner of things, including the trade deadline, the Cubs’ role as seller, Ryan Dempster, and Dale Sveum.
Dale Sveum says his guys aren’t going to be impacted by the drumbeat of trade rumors. Alfonso Soriano is good, the Cubs are good, and Ron Santo is good.
The hope is that he’ll be back at the very end of the season. The Cubs have some top prospects, Darwin Barney is swell, and Hayden Simpson keeps trying.
It was the official start of a process that will culminate in new facilities for the Cubs in 2014.
That’s a pretty great pair. The front office likes Dale Sveum, a look at some mid-season stuff, and let’s talk about awesome minor league names.
Starting in 2013, it looks like the norm will be four games, not six. Bryan LaHair talks about his Japan dalliance, and an update on Dillon Maples.