The former superstar is a free agent and costs only the league minimum.
Maybe they just really like Alonso. But … you wonder.
Could the Brewers and Marlins get together on another deal?
A move we saw coming, but now it’s done.
As a bench guy, Descalso would be a sneaky good addition.
A national report definitely does not exclude the Cubs, putting them together with the Dodgers. For what it’s worth. Which might be nothing.
There’s been some action, sure, but it looks like we may be due for another heavy January and February. A lot like last year.
LeMahieu is being considered the prize of the 2B market, and he might wind up getting more than a lot of teams are willing to spend.
It’s not something the Cubs have really gotten into, which could actually be a mixed bag. But some of these deferments are crazy.
I don’t think I could go that far, but I sure do love me some Schwarber. How about just having both?
A modest return, but one that fills some needs.
Perhaps we need to adjust our expectations with respect to Harper.
We know what 2019 looks like, but is there a lot more flexibility opening up soon?
It’s a complicated set of transactions. Must be fun.
You’re gonna be a little chapped.
The Cubs might actually take someone this year. I could see it.
The thumbs. They have been twiddled.
Good news on the Bryant front, and TBD on the coaching front.
Perhaps the relief market is shaking loose.
It’s a Tanner R. for Tanner R. trade, and I like it for both teams.
Some deals are happening, at least.
He said so much and so little. I think I’m more confused than ever.
Cubs Have Reportedly Spoken to Agents for Relievers Brad Brach, Bud Norris, and Jake Diekman (UPDATE: Not Norris)
This will not exactly get your good times flowing.
I’m not snoring, YOU’RE snoring!
The NL Central could get interesting in a hurry.
Is It Even Realistic for the Cubs to Get Under the Luxury Tax? And If Not, Why Freak About Low-Dollar Additions?
A little math and realism tell me that the Cubs can’t get under the luxury tax. And if that’s the case, why would they nickel and dime in the bullpen?
Winter Meetings Wednesday Morning: Dodgers’ Trade Talk Heating Up, Realmuto, Ottavino, Britton, Kinsler, More
The Dodgers have awoken. Get ready.
Joe Maddon Not Bothered By Contract: “Let’s Just Win the World Series and See How That All Plays Out”
I am on board with that plan.
The bullpen situation is sufficiently scary that a volume approach is necessary.
Is Ross ready to come back into a more full-time role? There’s a really important spot opening up …