More possibly explanation for why the two sides, who’d previously seemed destined for each other, haven’t married up yet.
Category: Chicago Cubs Rumors
All right. The Cubs are getting involved at the top of the market, apparently. Might as well stay in touch …
For me, for the many reasons laid out here, I think the answer is clear no.
The Cubs may be in on the top free agent righty after all.
The Winter Meetings may be over, but the stove is still hot. Er, well, lukewarm. You know what I mean.
It was very quiet this week, in a relative sense. What’s up with that? Also, the Cubs might be pursuing a Japanese reliever.
There’s a report out that suggests he could be, but I’m not sure that makes too much sense.
Actual moves this week have been pretty darn limited.
“… Coming off the last three years, we beat ’em in the playoffs in ’15, and they haven’t made it the last two years …. ” That’s all I heard.
The Cubs got another reliever, but does that mean they’re done? Also, are the Cardinals acquiring everyone?
Kintzler would have been a fine addition, but the Cubs might prefer a bigger fish.
The Cubs are very much open to a Wade Davis return, and they’re not hiding it.
It might not happen for him in 2018, but he’s making his position known.
Winter Meetings Weds Late Afternoon: Cardinals Targeting Machado, More Reliever Signings, Duffy, Fulmer, Iglesias, More
The Cardinals are the center of the trade universe right now. And relievers are flying off the shelves.
Even Jed Hoyer doesn’t hate the idea of Schwarber leading off again. That, and much more from the Cubs’ GM.
Winter Meetings Weds Afternoon: Yelich’s Availability, Cubs Starter Trades, Greinke, Corbin, Darvish, More
The latest from a suddenly active Winter Meetings.
An extension is not something we’ve expected on the Harper front, but it can’t be ruled out as a possibility.
It sounds like the Cubs are still very much a possible landing spot for Wade Davis.
The formerly robust market is starting to get gobbled up!
All things considered, I like McGee for the Cubs
The Indians have at least two starters who make for attractive targets, Salazar and Carlos Carrasco.
Whew. Let’s close down a ridiculous day with one last rumor mill check-in.
Montgomery has been very successful for the Cubs in a swing role.
You can probably expect more Javy Baez this year, at the expense of Ben Zobrist.
Given the obvious needs, that’s not revelatory. The confidence is an illuminating sign, though.