Another no risk, nice upside move for the bullpen.
Cubs Minor Leagues and Prospects
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Nate Schierholtz is officially signed, Gerardo Concepcion is off the 40-man (but still a Cub), and a couple relievers are gone.
The one you’ve been waiting for: arguably the Cubs’ best positional prospect and best pitching prospect.
The former Cubs prospect is getting a look by the Baltimore Orioles.
The 29-year-old reliever had some tough luck in 2012, but was dominant in 2011. This could be a good one.
One of many future possible landing spots for the athletic youngster.
A hyped prospect with so-so numbers and an unhyped prospect with good numbers?
The details are fuzzy, but it sounds like a very sad story.
The 36-year-old Korean reliever gets a two-year, split minor league deal.
That figure looks to drop further in 2013, depending on how things play out.
The 28-year-old righty was a very good reliever with the Indians from 2007 to 2010.