There’s still time (he chants over and over to himself).
There are imperfect fits all over, so that’s what you go with.
The renovations at Wrigley Field would be complete, and it would have been 32 years since the last.
There are still no expectations for what he can contribute in 2020, but actually having a normal Spring Training is a start.
It wouldn’t be a CubsCon without a funny, profanity-tinged story from Willson Contreras.
A third catcher is a wise addition for the Cubs, just in case.
A whole lot was revealed today about the Cubs’ new TV network.
A necessary move for fan safety.
A little taste of Cubs Convention.
It’s a trade for a guy who goes on the 40-man roster, so that’s something!
There’s really not much to this for a variety of reasons.
No Ricketts Family panel at the Convention, but two of the owners did speak to the media on a range of topics.
It’s on the record now, from The Captain: the Cubs didn’t cheat.
You taking the over or the under?
This is extremely weird, but pretty fun to follow from a distance.
We are only five weeks out from the launch of the Cubs’ new Marquee Sports Network, but one of the biggest providers doesn’t yet have a deal in place.
Rizzo sounds like a lot of Cubs fans, and that’s understandable.
That is a very Mets headline.
Sammy Sosa still cares about the Hall of Fame, and I still care about getting him back into the Cubs’ fold.
It’s probably coming by the end of the month. (Good Lord. Are you betting on anything at this point?)
I have only a tiny sliver of hope for a Cubs-Castellanos return at this point.
This is not a reasonable angle for dumping on Bryant’s trade value.
It’s impossible to overstate what a huge deal this week has been for the sport.
Imagine the Offense if the Cubs Pulled an Astros, Contreras the Best Against Curveballs, and Other Bullets
The dingers. The monster, monster dingers. So many more monster dingers …
The Cubs are betting on some untapped upside.
That’s major news for the market.
The sign-stealing scandal ripples out.
The official announcement for everyone down on the farm.
That is the next step in talks that are apparently getting more serious.
What Yesterday’s Trade Does and Doesn’t Mean, Love for Megill, Darvish Grace, and Other Cubs Bullets
No, the Cubs didn’t pick up Anthony Rizzo’s replacement, and no, I don’t think the trade was a precursor to some other, bigger move.
The world was very different five years ago. And yet this remains unchanged.
The dude is just legit not bitter.
Tony, we hardly knew ye. Alfonso, now we know a little of ye!
Astros clearly trying to move on.
Year-long suspensions, huge fine, and four picks lost.
There actually are things to like about what the Cubs are doing in the bullpen … but you’re just not going to feel comforted at all.