When considering projections and the value of a lost draft pick, what could the Cubs comfortably offer someone like Michael Bourn?
I’m thrilled that Edwin Jackson has a no-hitter to his credit. But I’m hoping he doesn’t repeat it in quite the same way with the Cubs.
Theo Epstein Speaks: Organizational Changes, Draft Pick Compensation, Use of Payroll, Rizzo, Jackson, More
The Cubs’ President of Baseball Operations just wrapped a wide-ranging interview on the radio in Boston.
The 25-year-old righties will fight for a bullpen spot in the Spring.
The Cubs will continue to make strategic free agent acquisitions … which could include a move in the outfield. Also: Matt Garza is still doing well.
An argument I never thought I’d make. But the discussion is making the rounds again, and I think I’ve got to pick a side.
The Cubs’ new righty had a great answer when asked why he’s been on so many teams.
The twin changes of free agent compensation and draft bonus pools have dramatically altered the free agent market.
Hey, it actually happened! Four years and $52 million.
A Dodgers/Mariners rumor floating around could change the outfield landscape dramatically.
How much did the loss of Jeff Beliveau actually hurt the Cubs?
Of course, that’ll be slightly more difficult with the Astros moving to the American League.
I hope you all had a safe and happy celebration yesterday, and stand ready to enter the new year with vigor.