The Cubs get to hang onto some much needed bullpen depth.
Category: Chicago Cubs Transactions
The deal, first reported last week, now looks to be done.
A trio of righty reliever arms for the Cubs to consider and develop this season.
If finalized, this would be an excellent low-cost addition to the Cubs’ bullpen.
A mixed day for the Cubs, though Smith looks like a nice pickup.
Not many surprises this year, as all four arb-eligble Cubs were tendered contracts.
A lefty option for the Cubs’ bullpen.
A complementary outfielder is what the Cubs said they wanted, and Jay is that.
A chance to make some life-changing money.
The Cubs had just claimed Rollins on Friday.
The 28-year-old was dominant at AAA, but it didn’t show up in the big leagues.
The Cubs nabbed an interesting righty, other Cubs prospects will play in a championship game today, and Kris Bryant smacks a green apple.
Four prospects who are now protected from next month’s Rule 5 Draft.
The 26-year-old lefty was a control specialist at AAA last year.
An interesting righty added for bullpen depth, with potential upside.
Jake Arrieta comes in at the largest figure, nearly $17 million.
A bunch of peripheral moves to discuss, all of which impact the Cubs’ 40-man roster.
It was a semi-surprising decision given the lack of pitching options in the market and in the upper minors, but it opens up possibilities.
The start of the offseason process, loathe as we may be to start thinking about anything besides the World Series.
Work doesn’t stop, right?
The bullpen beast returns.
A very nice lefty arm to keep around.
More roster moves coming your way.
Some relief help (and more) is on the way.
Procedural maneuvering for two pitchers who weren’t going to make an impact this year, and whose future is cloudy.