As a controllable starter headed toward his arbitration years, Gray makes sense as a Cubs target. At least in that respect.
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Will the new CBA spur more trade activity? It could. That, plus MLB games in Mexico, the Cardinals’ dominant rotation, and much more.
Jake Arrieta knows he’s got a mechanical issue or two. Also: the Cardinals missed out on a top target, and then traded Matt Adams.
Lukewarm Stove: PIT Not Ready to Trade Cole, Greinke’s Availability, Harper’s $500M Deal, Cueto, Cobb
Plenty of starting pitchers should be available this summer. Will the Cubs make a move at any?
MLB didn’t have the best news week, but youth interest in the sport is higher than ever.
The committee that helps guide the future of the game is now bigger and more diverse.
Some executives believe this year’s trade market will pick up earlier than previous years.
The very best wishes to Taillon in his recovery.
Life’s too short. Let’s all be a little kinder to each other, shall we? And a little less kind to those we hear saying terrible things.
Remember how little Schwarber has played in the big leagues. Also: don’t challenge Lester, don’t worry about a dynasty fall off, and don’t throw at Machado.
I think the Cubs will probably do well in the balloting.
Tales from Theo Epstein’s youth, a veteran catcher plays his part, pitcher velocity questions linger. Oh, and Eric Thames got PED tested *again*.
A terrible blow for Eaton, and a difficult one for the Nationals.
MLBits: Jeter/Bush Deal for Marlins Not a Sure Thing, Mets are a Mess, Soler Stuck in Triple-A, More
The Marlins’ ownership situation is murkier than we thought, and the Mets’ health situation is even murkier.
Madison Bumgarner could be out two months, and he knows he did something stupid.
The Cubs won without the benefit of an RBI for the first time in a long time, and the bullpen stepped up again. Much more to discuss.
That’s certainly an interesting duo.