A couple 16-year-old prospects headline this year’s international class, and the Cubs have money to spend.
Another feather in Soler’s very crowded cap. He can’t be long for High-A, can he?
Wherever you look, the Cubs are getting praise for locking up Rizzo, and Rizzo is getting praise for being awesome.
DePaul, a private school, would get a $300 million facility, $100 million of which would come from tax dollars. Sound familiar?
It’s the second minor trade like this in the last week, and is mostly about clearing space.
It’s not just because of his mighty beard. He just keeps dominating opposing lineups.
Whether it’s Jonathan Gray’s fastball or Kris Bryant’s power, the Cubs will have a shot at drafting an elite tool.
That’s three wins in a row, and the second blowout in three days.
Travis Wood looks to continue his hot streak.
With new money coming in (maybe), and more money coming off the books (maybe), will/should the Cubs go after Ellsbury?
A breakdown of the years and dollars involved, and the old confirmed stamp of officially official.
How good must the Cubs be over the next couple months to avoid a sell-off? And if that isn’t going to happen, how bad do we want them to be?
Back to Wrigley Field for a set of those night game things.
I’m assuming he’ll now get many of your votes for the next Commissioner.
It’s been a long, long wait for the promising righty to make his full-season debut, but he did it yesterday.