I don’t think you can count on anything here, but the Cubs sure aren’t being shy about the hopes for Marquez.
The latest from the rumor mill, including the chance Freddie Freeman winds up outside of Atlanta.
Graveman-Kimbrel-Hendriks. Okey dokey.
One of the best young stars in the game is going to get one of the largest contracts from an unlikely club.
Matz could sign as soon as today or tomorrow.
Seager reportedly wants to get a deal done before the CBA expires, and the Dodgers are probably the favorites.
The surgery is “imminent” for Amaya, according to Jordan Bastian.
Scherzer may be in his late-30s, but he clearly still has it. This would be a significant addition for the Cardinals.
Finding and Developing Unique Pitching, Ramirez and Arbitration, AlfonSwole Soriano, and Other Cubs Bullets
Even more sense made on the Carter Hawkins hiring. And more circumstances of the Harold Ramirez trade.
Just to get some local confirmation on the Cubs’ interest in Steven Matz. Time to pay attention.
Giants Re-Signing Anthony DeSclafani to a Three-Year Deal, More Pitchers Coming Soon? (Update: Signing Alex Wood Too)
The Giants are loading up on pitchers this week like so much turkey and stuffing.
Sad news in the baseball world today.
The Cubs picked up another contact-oriented outfield bat.
As a type of pitcher, Kikuchi makes a ton of sense for the Cubs. But unless they can turn him around a bit, the fit is less obvious.
Get ready for the debates.
It’s always hard to see the Yankees sitting out the top of the market, so might there be a reason for these reports circulating?
The Brewers have been poached a bit this offseason.
Anyone remember Mark Pawalek? Now that’s a random throwback. That, and much more Cubs this morning.
LeBron took a cheap shot, and Stewart blew up.
Things went south with the Cubs for Quintana, and they didn’t get any better last year.
The (Basically) Cubs Win the AFL, Epstein on Rules Changes, Fergie Statue Progress, and Other Cubs Bullets
The Cubs had four key contributors on the championship team, so, yeah, it’s basically their title. That, and much more this morning.
Four Cubs prospects go for a championship tonight.
The A’s have been exploring a move out of Oakland, and this would be a substantial step in the direction of going to Las Vegas.
This is notable for a few reasons.
Beware the Cardinals voodoo magic turning an old friend against you.
Football comes to Wrigley Field today, which is pretty cool. Also, a DFA’d outfielder the Cubs should target, the infamous contract, and more.
Honeywell only just returned to the competitive mound this past season for the first time since 2017.
The two you would’ve guessed for today’s rostering deadline.
The Short-Term, High-AAV, High-Risk, High-Upside Pitchers Are Getting PAID – When Do You Adjust Course?
It’s already to the point where you wonder if and when a market recalibration takes place, and the value shifts to other types of contracts.
Commissioner Manfred Speaks: “Business as Usual”, Negotiation Timing, Pitch Clock, Tacky Baseball, More
The Commissioner of Major League Baseball got into the pressing issues of the league, which, well, is mostly about the CBA.
It’s officially official: welcome the Cleveland Guardians to MLB.
Rostering Deadline Day, Velazquez Balls Out Again, Mets Hire Eppler, Ohtani’s Unicorn Status, and Other Cubs Bullets
Big day around baseball, and a big day for Cubs prospects. One of those prospects decided to celebrate with another huge day. That, and more.
Robbed. No, but seriously, Harper had a ridiculous season. And Shohei Ohtani was the obvious winner in the AL.
Report Claims Bucs Wide Receiver Antonio Brown Obtained a Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Card to Avoid NFL Protocols (UPDATE)
Seems like a long way to go when you could just get the shot and get a card for free.
If you’re already talking about how a lockout isn’t really all that bad, then you know you’re not going to get a deal done.
We’re used to November having become something of a dead zone for significant MLB transactions. Is this year different?
Thankfully, minor leaguers should no longer have to worry about finding and paying for housing next year. This was a no-brainer.