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Everyone Wants to Manage the Cubs, but the Cubs Have to Pay Them More for Some Reason

Everyone Wants to Manage the Cubs, but the Cubs Have to Pay Them More for Some Reason

Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry recently stated that he’s poised to begin the search for the next Cubs’ manager, which position will be open following Lou Piniella’s retirement at[Read More…]

Jim Hendry is Not Looking to Rebuild the Chicago Cubs

With a team as terrible and overpriced as the Chicago Cubs presently appear to be, with an aging core, and with a promising set of youngsters, most teams would view[Read More…]

Tom Ricketts: Jim Hendry is the Cubs GM “Going Into Next Year”

Tom Ricketts: Jim Hendry is the Cubs GM “Going Into Next Year”

With the announcement that Lou Piniella will retire at the end of this season, Jim Hendry’s status as Chicago Cubs General Manager was bound to receive some new scrutiny for[Read More…]

by July 21, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Would Joe Girardi Leave the Yankees to Manage the Cubs?

Would Joe Girardi Leave the Yankees to Manage the Cubs?

Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella’s contract is up at the end of this year, and while he gets all the support in the world from Jim Hendry and Tom Ricketts,[Read More…]

Zambranogate: When Will Carlos Return?

Zambranogate: When Will Carlos Return?

Carlos Zambrano remains on the restricted list, suspended by the Chicago Cubs, and theoretically out until he completes anger management counseling. But when will that be? And even if he[Read More…]

Tom Ricketts Gives Jim Hendry a Vote of Confidence – Sort of

Tom Ricketts Gives Jim Hendry a Vote of Confidence – Sort of

The Chicago Cubs stand a miserable 39-50 at the pseudo midpoint of the season with almost no┬ámathematical┬áchance of making the playoffs. Their payroll – more than $146 million – is[Read More…]

by July 13, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Jim Hendry All But Confirms that the Cubs Will Be Sellers

Jim Hendry All But Confirms that the Cubs Will Be Sellers

As if there were any doubt that the Chicago Cubs – if they make trades at all – will be sellers this year, General Manager Jim Hendry has effectively removed[Read More…]

Lou Piniella: “We probably will be sellers”

Lou Piniella: “We probably will be sellers”

Even though the Chicago Cubs just managed to secure an AMAZING series victory – their first in 12 tries – the team is still so far behind in the NL[Read More…]

by July 7, 2010 Chicago Cubs Rumors
Zambranogate: Carlos Won’t Be Back Until After All Star Break

Zambranogate: Carlos Won’t Be Back Until After All Star Break

Although we aren’t yet sure when Chicago Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano will return to the team, we know that it won’t be for a while. Zambrano, 29, moves today from[Read More…]

by June 29, 2010 Chicago Cubs News

Carlos Zambrano Has Lost It

He’s lost it, and he’s been suspended indefinitely by the Cubs. If you missed today’s Cubs/White Sox game, you missed some serious Carlos Zambrano related drama. Here’s a recap, and[Read More…]

by June 25, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Chicago Cubs “Extremely Active” in Trying to Trade Kosuke Fukudome

Chicago Cubs “Extremely Active” in Trying to Trade Kosuke Fukudome

We already knew that the Chicago Cubs had talked to the Boston Red Sox about outfielder Kosuke Fukudome, but it seems that was just the tip of the iceberg. According[Read More…]

by June 23, 2010 Chicago Cubs Rumors
Chicago Cubs Get Statty

Chicago Cubs Get Statty

The Chicago Cubs have long been a notoriously “scout” sided organization. Statistical analysis no doubt had its place, but its place was probably somewhere in the back of the room[Read More…]

by June 17, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Jim Hendry Noncommittal on Subject of Being a Buyer or Seller

Jim Hendry Noncommittal on Subject of Being a Buyer or Seller

With the team five games under .500 at this advanced stage of the season, with no sign that the offense will be turning it on any time soon, and with[Read More…]

Cubs Still Trying to Trade for Reliever

Cubs Still Trying to Trade for Reliever

The Chicago Cubs are without a single reliable right-handed relieving option – a fact that is true whether Carlos Zambrano is in the bullpen or in the rotation. General Manager[Read More…]

by May 19, 2010 Chicago Cubs Rumors
Sean Marshall is the Man in the 8th Inning for Now

Sean Marshall is the Man in the 8th Inning for Now

It took the Cubs a year or two to get over their obsession with handedness in their lineup – just get the best hitters out there, whether they’re righty or[Read More…]

by May 19, 2010 Chicago Cubs News

Obsessive Zambrano Bullpen Watch: Back to the Rotation

As we speculated, the “move” from short relief to long relief is just a stop along the way of returning Carlos Zambrano to the Chicago Cubs’ rotation. No timetable on[Read More…]

by May 18, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Jim Hendry: I’ve “Never Given Any Thought” to Firing Lou Piniella

Jim Hendry: I’ve “Never Given Any Thought” to Firing Lou Piniella

National media outlets started pontificating on something we Chicago Cubs fans have been thinking for weeks – might it be time to make a change at manager? I recognize that[Read More…]

by May 18, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Oh Great: Carlos Zambrano is Getting Frustrated

Oh Great: Carlos Zambrano is Getting Frustrated

Chicago Cubs setup pitcher (still weird to say it) Carlos Zambrano helped hold down the Cubs’ 4-3 win yesterday over the Florida Marlins, but when manager Lou Piniella came to[Read More…]

by May 13, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Jim Hendry Gives Lou Piniella a Vote of Confidence

Jim Hendry Gives Lou Piniella a Vote of Confidence

With the Chicago Cubs underperforming, and a manager in the last year of his contract, speculation about an early dismissal for Lou Piniella was bound to start sooner or later.[Read More…]

by May 13, 2010 Chicago Cubs News
Laughing Because It Isn’t the Cubs: Actually, Milton Bradley is Making it Hard to Laugh

Laughing Because It Isn’t the Cubs: Actually, Milton Bradley is Making it Hard to Laugh

Early yesterday, it was very easy to laugh at the travails of Milton Bradley and the eternally hopeful Seattle Mariner fans. Bradley, who is plodding through another disappointing season on[Read More…]

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