At least one report indicates that the Cubs have considered moving Castro for pitching this offseason, and there will be more.
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It’ll be fascinating to see where Castillo goes, and where the final price lands. (UPDATE: The Yankees, Tigers, and Red Sox might be most aggressive.)
And the front office could have a whole lot more to spend this offseason if they see some things they like.
As Jackson continues to struggle and as other pitchers will need a chance to pitch, it’s fair to wonder.
One report says he’ll be on their radar, and another says he won’t.
The private workouts may soon come to a close, with the high bidders remaining in the race.
The lefty sounds as open to returning to Boston as the Red Sox sound open – aggressive, even – to bringing him back.
There are top players who want to come to the Chicago Cubs, according to Archer.
The Cubs already have three arbitration years of control on Arrieta. Is now the time to grab more?
Rumors are swirling about the Yankees and Tigers in heavy on the Cuban outfielder.
Do the Cubs really *have* to trade from their positional surplus to pick up pitching?
How much do we read into that, and how does Lester look as a potential target?
No surprise there. But this turned out to be a pretty interesting conceptual discussion.
Each is a Low-A reliever, and not considered a top prospect. A great lottery ticket pick-up for the Cubs.