The 32-year-old closer is a free agent, and has numbers from out of this world.
A couple of chats from this week offer, if nothing else, some discussion points.
A round-up of the Cubs’ prospects performances. Also, how Jorge Soler bested Dan Vogelbach in a display of power.
Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: Surprisingly Quiet After the Election, Ricketts Shares Small Update
The update includes a failure to deny that playing a season away from Wrigley Field is still a possibility.
There is “smoke” between the Cubs and Tigers with respect to young righty Rick Porcello.
A skating rink, hot chocolate, a tree lighting, and Santa! It’s ok to enjoy this stuff.
He got votes! That’s all that matters, really. Right?
Navarro could take over as the primary back-up catcher behind Welington Castillo.
A second catcher for the Cubs? And MOAR PITCHERZ.
His scan turned up clean, and he’s “cleared for takeoff.”
How about a buy-high guy like Anibal Sanchez?
They tend not to be a rumor hotbed in the way the GM and Winter Meetings are.
The Cubs’ President explains why he likes the signing, and Scott Baker explains why he’s excited to join the Cubs.