Another busy of day of rumors and speculation from the GM Meetings.
Chicago Cubs Rumors
Not the sexiest free agent arm out there, but one of the more consistently reliable.
Not that anyone wants the Cubs to have the championship drought, but it sure does make for a nice selling point.
Which pitcher do an anonymous group of execs prefer? Which Cub infielder is more likely to be moved? Many more thoughts.
The first step in a long process of sorting out preferences, possibilities, costs, etc.
Perhaps there’s no reasonable connection at all, but I think this should be discussed.
The Cubs can and will do some things this offseason. But don’t let your mind run too wild.
Coming of an absurd 2015 season, Greinke has learned to pitch at an elite level without an elite fastball. That tends to be a good sign.
Jon Heyman’s annual projections are usually fairly solid, and this year’s set provides a lot of food for thought.
Free agency opened up this weekend, and the Cubs-related predictions got aggressive out of the gate.
Lots of teams are going to be interested in O’Day, though, who’s been fantastic with the Orioles.
It was a rumor-heavy weekend for the Cubs, so check out what you may have missed.
The GM Meetings start tomorrow, and the rumor mill will spin up aggressively. Then again, isn’t it already?