A rumor about a minor league free agent with uninspiring numbers usually doesn’t merit a long post, but Kelly’s story is unique.
Category: Chicago Cubs Rumors
There are reasons Anderson is worth pursuing – so long as the injury history is understood.
A reasonable team extension for a nice starting pitcher a year away from free agency? Sound like something the Cubs should note?
Is there a realistic chance for an extension? Also, what’s the latest in the work at Wrigley Field?
A few bits to update this morning at CubsCon continues.
The Cubs may have gotten one Ross but lost another.
An old friend looks to be heading to the Padres’ rotation, which may have a minor impact on the Tyson Ross pursuit.
A flurry of Mariners trade activity, and now the Rays are probably done shopping starters.
Is Brian Dozier finally going to be traded? That, and more from baseball’s rumor mill.
That’s the second report in a week that indicates the Cubs are right there with Ross, but may turn back to Wood if necessary.
The Astros reportedly made a huge offer for Archer earlier this offseason, and it was declined.
A surprising and sharp uptick in rumors around the game, as folks come out of their holiday slumber. Apparently.
A well-rested front of the rotation can provide many benefits down the stretch.
Each of the Cubs and Rangers met with Ross yesterday.
The Cubs are reportedly still in the mix for Ross, though.
If Tanaka opts out after 2017, the Cubs could come calling, but how much will he cost?
Take a long holiday weekend? That sounds good to me. But get yourself back into the swing today.
Are teams unwilling to go beyond one year for Jason Hammel?
The latest from baseball’s rumor mill, including some in-house Cubs considerations.