The Cubs are not listed as among the teams in on Jake Peavy at this time, which makes sense.
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The two-time TJS recoveree gets a two year deal from the Royals.
A new report suggests a potentially serious medical issue is at the heart of the delay, which could cause big problems for the teams.
If not, he could find the market even more crowded next year – which may not matter to his NPB team.
Whew. That’s a lot of players. Wil Myers remains the biggest name, but there’s a lot to process here.
The Cubs have a wide variety of options for the left-handed side of the pen, but it’s not at all clear what route they’ll take.
This is going to be a pretty fun situation to follow, especially given the teams involved. And there could be more.
This could have a dramatic impact on the way Cuban players are brought into the United States and signed by MLB teams.
Myers, 24, is coming off a way down 2014, but still has huge potential. These Padres sure would like to make some noise.
The Cubs would like to keep adding, but the level of their additions isn’t quite clear.
The 30-year-old righty is a nice, low-risk play for the Padres.
Morse was, at one time, mentioned as a possibility for the Cubs, though that always seemed an odd fit. Still, what will Cubs do in the outfield?
He was a lottery ticket target that I really liked for the Cubs. That’s a pretty sizable guarantee, however.
It’s another non-trade option for teams looking for an infield bat going off the board.
Are the Red Sox still going to try and grab a top arm? Also, the Padres are reportedly heavy on Justin Upton.
The Cubs weren’t going to be getting Headley, but will a Headley loser come to the Cubs about Luis Valbuena?