Andury Acevedo, Ryan Williams, Daniel Corcino, Gerardo Concepcion, Manny Parra, Fernando Rodriguez head out.
Category: Chicago Cubs Transactions
The Cubs get to hang onto Strop for at least one additional year, and get an option for another year.
It’s been an absurd offseason for Rollins, who now at least finally knows where he’ll be for Spring Training.
That’s all the Cubs’ arbitration-eligible players. Another clean year for the front office.
Another trade! Another arm! This front office does not rest.
The Cubs have brought in another depth option for AAA Iowa, with some upside to spare.
The Cubs get to keep an intriguing arm in the system.
Butler is a former top prospect, who never put it together in Colorado.
With above average outfield defense and untapped offensive potential, Glaesmann is a solid pick-up for the Cubs.
It’s going to be fun to see some of these prospects playing with the big leaguers.
It’s officially official.
Anderson, 28, has had a history of injury issues.
The 26-year-old righty is a very interesting addition to the Cubs’ upper-level depth.
He’s officially back! And some more upper level minor league depth for the Cubs.
Muni! Come back!
More depth for the Cubs, including a couple very needed spots.
A lefty reliever, and also a lefty pinball.
The Cubs get to hang onto some much needed bullpen depth.
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.