The controversial outfield signs will not be decided upon until July 11th, but this is another step in the right direction.
Matt Garza had himself a game.
So much on the rumor mill that a mid-game update was required. And, at that game, there are plenty of scouts watching Matt Garza.
Matt Garza takes the mound today, and hopefully takes the Brewers apart.
It will be at least four to six weeks before he can resume baseball activity at all.
The Commission is expected to approve most of the Cubs’ plans, but will postpone decision on the outfield signage until July 11.
The international signing period opens on Tuesday, July 2, but what if the Cubs want to spend more than they’re currently allowed?
Even when the game starts to slip away in the 9th inning, you don’t have the same reaction with Kevin Gregg in the game.
The Futures Game rosters are here, and the Cubs are getting some love on the World Team.
Scott Feldman was a touch better than Yovani Gallardo tonight, just as the Cubs were a touch better than the Brewers.
The Alderman remains unhappy about, among other things, the size of the outfield signs the Cubs plan to erect.
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The Cubs’ most valuable trade chip is generating a ton of buzz right now.
Scott Feldman versus Yovani Gallardo, which has implications that go beyond tonight’s game.