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Lukewarm Stove: Sigh, Another Michael Young Rumor

Lukewarm Stove: Sigh, Another Michael Young Rumor

I never get tired of rumors. I really don’t. That’s why they’re such a big part of this site – I love reading about them as much as I love[Read More...]

by March 23, 2011 Chicago Cubs Rumors
New Reliever Robert Coello Happy to Be a Cub

New Reliever Robert Coello Happy to Be a Cub

A little less than a week ago, the Chicago Cubs traded second base prospect Tony Thomas to the Red Sox for reliever/prospect Robert Coello, whom the Red Sox had to[Read More...]

Mike Quade is Ready for Scrutiny, Speaking in Third Person

Mike Quade is Ready for Scrutiny, Speaking in Third Person

When Jim Hendry announced that interim manager Mike Quade, a career minor league manager and big league bench coach, would be taking over as the next manager of the Chicago[Read More...]

by February 14, 2011 Chicago Cubs News
Lukewarm Stove: Cubs Make Sense for Michael Young or Ian Kinsler

Lukewarm Stove: Cubs Make Sense for Michael Young or Ian Kinsler

When the Texas Rangers added Adrian Beltre (with a hilariously awful contract, you’ll note) earlier this offseason, rumors began to swirl about incumbent third baseman Michael Young. Would he stay,[Read More...]

by January 31, 2011 Chicago Cubs Rumors
John Grabow Hopes to Be Useful This Year

John Grabow Hopes to Be Useful This Year

It’s no secret or unfair criticism to say that John Grabow was brutal last year. He was able to pitch only intermittently, and when he did, he was as useful[Read More...]

by January 31, 2011 Chicago Cubs News
Ryne Sandberg is Happy to Be in the Phillies’ Organization

Ryne Sandberg is Happy to Be in the Phillies’ Organization

When Ryne Sandberg was passed over for the Chicago Cubs’ open managerial job in favor of the more tenured – but less famous and less adored by Cubs fans –[Read More...]

by January 27, 2011 Chicago Cubs News, MLB News and Rumors
2011 Cubs Convention Schedule

2011 Cubs Convention Schedule

In case you’re headed to the 2011 Cubs Convention, beginning January 14, or in case you’re thinking of going, here’s a top-heavy sampling of what you can expect (aside from[Read More...]

by January 7, 2011 Chicago Cubs News
Looking Ahead to the Cubs’ 2011 Arbitration Cases

Looking Ahead to the Cubs’ 2011 Arbitration Cases

One of the primary tasks for GM Jim Hendry in the early part of 2011 will be to sign the Cubs’ five (though it should be four… Koyie Hill…) remaining[Read More...]

by December 30, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Lukewarm Stove: Cubs “Have to Try” and Add a Starter Like Fausto Carmona

Lukewarm Stove: Cubs “Have to Try” and Add a Starter Like Fausto Carmona

There is no way to sugercoat the Zack Greinke trade and its effect on the NL Central – the Brewers are now formidable, in a division that was already looking[Read More...]

by December 21, 2010 Chicago Cubs Rumors

Lukewarm Stove: Cubs to Meet with Carlos Pena for Second Time

One thing I love best about the Hot (Lukewarm) Stove season are the conflicting rumors. On the one hand, we hear that the Cubs are hot on Adam LaRoche, and[Read More...]

by December 7, 2010 Chicago Cubs Rumors
Best Guess On Amount Cubs Have to Spend is $10 Million

Best Guess On Amount Cubs Have to Spend is $10 Million

While we’ve known for some time that the Chicago Cubs 2011 payroll would drop from 2010 (sigh), it has remained unclear just how much General Manager Jim Hendry would have[Read More...]

by December 7, 2010 Chicago Cubs News, Chicago Cubs Rumors
Cubs Expected to Tender Contracts to All Arbitration Eligibles – Yes, Including Koyie Hill

Cubs Expected to Tender Contracts to All Arbitration Eligibles – Yes, Including Koyie Hill

Today is the deadline for teams to tender contracts to their arbitration eligible players (generally, those players with three to five years’ of service time). The Chicago Cubs have six[Read More...]

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