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Spring Training Battlewatch: Bako Shuffled Loose the Cubbie Coil, Koyie Hill it is

Spring Training Battlewatch: Bako Shuffled Loose the Cubbie Coil, Koyie Hill it is

The Cubs have released Paul Bako, which means the backup catcher job goes to 30-year-old career minor leaguer – and chainsaw wielding badass – Koyie Hill. The decision saves the[Read More...]

Another Cubs First Round Pick is Looking for Work

A really great string of first round picks the Cubs have had in the 2000s, eh? Some news from the Cubs’ Minor League camp: left-handed pitcher Mark Pawelek, the No.[Read More...]

The Ryan Harvey Era Comes to a Close

I’d say we hardly knew ye, but Ryan Harvey has been around – and disappointing – for years. The Cubs have released outfielder Ryan Harvey, the team’s first-round, sixth overall[Read More...]

The Fourth Cut is the Relatively Shallowest

The Fourth Cut is the Relatively Shallowest

Well the Chicago Cubs won’t be turning Japanese, I think they’re turning Japanese, I really think so. The team sent Ken Kadukura and Esmailin Caridad, both pitchers, to minor league[Read More...]

The Second Cut is the Deepest

The Chicago Cubs made their second round of red tag roster cuts yesterday. The Cubs also sent five players back to the minor league camp: Pitchers Brian Schlitter, J. R.[Read More...]

Michael Wuertz is an Oakland Athletic

Dumping Rich Hill wasn’t enough today, as the Cubs also have sent reliever Michael Wuertz to the Oakland Athletics for a couple of old non-prospects – outfielder Richie Robnett and[Read More...]

by February 2, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions

Rich Hill is Officially an Oriole

So much interest, activity and excitement over a guy who may have been the worst pitcher outside of Rosemont Elementary’s Third Grade Girls Fun Pitch Softball Squad. But anyway, Rich[Read More...]

by February 2, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions

And Now It Looks Like Aaron Heilman is Officially a Cub

As I said before, I expected the pitcher included to be from the crew of ML reliever types, but, um… The Chicago Cubs have acquired pitcher Aaron Heilman from the[Read More...]

by January 28, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions

Non-Roster Invitations to Spring Training Are Plentiful

The Cubs have invited 21 non-roster types to Spring Training this year, including some familiar names. None are actually expected to make the team, of course. Besides Stanton and Fox,[Read More...]

by January 23, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions
Cubs Sign a Japanese Reliever (turning Japanese, turning Japanese, I really think so)

Cubs Sign a Japanese Reliever (turning Japanese, turning Japanese, I really think so)

It’s a minor league deal for Ken Kadokura. If nothing else, Kosuke Fukudome is going to have plenty of friends in Spring Training this year, and I actually don’t mean[Read More...]

by January 19, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions
Kevin Gregg Gets Paid

Kevin Gregg Gets Paid

As the Cubs have always done, they wrapped a one-year deal for Kevin Gregg before his case went to arbitration. Cubs agreed to terms with RHP Kevin Gregg on a[Read More...]

by January 19, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions

Felix Pie is an Oriole

We all knew this was coming. Let’s just be glad Jim Hendry was able to trade Pie long before Spring Training when everyone in the world KNEW the Cubs had[Read More...]

by January 18, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions
Ronny Cedeno Gets Paid

Ronny Cedeno Gets Paid

No arbitration for Ronny Cedeno – no surprise there. The Cubs avoided arbitration with infielder Ronny Cedeno, agreeing to a one-year, $822,000 deal. Cedeno, once considered the Cubs’ future at[Read More...]

by January 16, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions
The Cubs Are So Very Taguchi

The Cubs Are So Very Taguchi

Maybe the Cubs are turning Japanese, turning Japanese, I really think so. The Chicago Cubs have signed outfielder So Taguchi to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring[Read More...]

by January 16, 2009 Chicago Cubs Transactions

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