Another post-season game-winning hit? Shrug. In the Cubs’ world, there’s a heavy focus on corporate partnerships right now. Interesting stuff.
Month: October 2013
So very much to discuss. Wild and crazy rumors from wild and crazy guys. That’s a reference!
They look awesome, and they’re nearing completion.
Chicago needs revenue, and it’s looking increasingly possible that it’ll come from you and the Cubs.
Obsessive New Manager Watch: Moving on from Girardi, Considering Martinez, (Not) Considering Guillen
And is Rick Renteria now the favorite for the Cubs’ managerial job?
Dave Kaplan asked, and Greg Maddux said he’s just not that into it.
Tunney sounds frustrated that the Cubs have not begun the renovation process now that the offseason is here.
The AFL team to whom the Cubs send players scored 13 runs yesterday. Cubs prospects drove in 11 of ’em.
He gets a four-year deal, which suggests his waiting game paid off.
Baseball America ranked the top prospects in each minor league. No surprise: the Cubs were well-represented.
All were removed from the 40-man roster.
Are the Yankees really as willing to wait on Girardi as they say they are?
If the Cubs reached out to him, Sosa would be open to a return.
It’s OK to pine for a particular manager, even if you can’t articulate why he’s the right guy. But guard your heart and be patient.
Sweeney gets $3.5 million guaranteed, with a $2.5 million option in 2016.
Let’s take a look at the Cubs prospects who will be participating this year.
At least one source thinks word is coming today, and the Cubs will know whether they’ll get a shot to talk to Girardi.
More excitement than you could handle yesterday.
If the Yankees steadfastly intend on taking this thing right up to the end of October, how long can the Cubs wait?
As the Cubs wait on Girardi, they’re getting the ball rolling on other fronts.
Anonymous executives say the Cubs are a likely candidate to land Price if he’s shopped.
He’s been mulling a reported offer from the Yankees for a few days now. The Cubs hope to have a chance to top it.
The third base prospect is still looking for a permanent solution.
Friday saw a whole lot of legal action around baseball. And the amusement tax on Cubs tickets could be going up.
So he said in a video from 2002, anyway.
Bruce Levine just said it was a possibility.
It could be a take-it-or-leave-it situation.
The Texas Rangers pitching coach was a finalist for the Cubs’ open managerial gig back in 2011.
The coaches are free to explore other options during this transition period, though some may wait the managerial search out before committing anywhere.
We’ve become inundated by false premises as the managerial search unfolds.