Otani rumors have become very cloudy in recent months, but one thing is for sure: you can’t count the Cubs out yet.
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One report suggests they may consider it, but the truth is that it’s largely up to the Tigers.
A couple big names are out there on the August trade rumor circuit, but will Justin Verlander or Giancarlo Stanton actually be traded?
The hottest hitter in baseball and one of the best hitters in the game … and also the most mammoth contract.
Kris Bryant on a Hypothetical Bryce Harper Addition to the Cubs: “We’ll Definitely Welcome Him Here”
It’s all still just fun and games … but I can’t help but really enjoy when the Cubs and Bryce Harper are discussed in the same sentence.
The Cubs may have just gotten a huge boost to their chances of signing one of the most exciting players on the planet.
Given his recent run of success, it’s only become more implausible to think Arrieta would accept the offer.
If Verlander is dealt this month, then he probably won’t be available in the offseason.
Still dreaming on Bryant and Harper in the same lineup, and the players’ wives know it.
Verlander is now freely tradable this month. Just keeping it on your radar.
How the Cubs wound up with Justin Wilson instead of Britton makes the Cubs’ front office look very good, in my opinion.
This is noteworthy and Cubs-connected, but it’s not something that should get you too excited.
How far did the Cubs have to fall before they would have sold? And what does it mean for future seasons?
Say what? More trades? But wasn’t yesterday some kind of deadline? Let’s explain the trade process in August.
The Blogathon has drawn to a close, and it was another wonderful year.
The Trade Deadline Is Here: Gray to Yankees, Darvish to Dodgers, Pirates Sell, Much More (Rolling UPDATES)
Away we go. The home stretch. Do some things.
Nothing more is likely to happen for the Cubs, but there no sense in not keeping your finger on the pulse.
It’s all readying to explode. I can feel it. Or maybe that’s just my insides.
The price is “too steep.”