Kintzler would have been a fine addition, but the Cubs might prefer a bigger fish.
Category: Chicago Cubs Rumors
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.
Uh, oh. It looks like the Brewers may have remembered they can improve.
All right. The Orioles trading Machado would be just the kick-start these Meetings need …
One of the seemingly best bets coming into the Winter Meetings is still not completed. Concerned?
I mean, sure, why wouldn’t the Padres want a Cubs shortstop? But how is this a fit for the Cubs?
Duffy and Alexander make a ton of sense for the Cubs, but you still wonder about the cost relative to free agency.
Winter Meetings Tuesday Morning: PHI/WSH on Arrieta, a Do-able Archer Package, Ozuna, Relievers, Rockies, More
If the Rays prefer a quantity over quality, maybe the Cubs *can* make it work?
Arrieta is one of the best free agents on the market, but he might be on the market for a while.
Harvey isn’t the guy you might remember anymore. He’d be purely a low-risk, depth-type play.
Epstein also reiterates that the Cubs aren’t ruling out returns for Jake Arrieta and Wade Davis just yet.
Winter Meetings Late Monday Afternoon: Neshek Signs, PHI on Machado, BOS Wants to Trade for Power Bat, More
Boston wants to trade for a power bat, eh?
The second time in a week that the Cubs have been connected to Kintzler.