Ah, THE Jake Peavy trade. Remember that? It was actually supposed to happen at the Winter Meetings.
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Yeah, I could see either of those teams. In fact, the more I think about it, the more I see L.A.
It’s weird to be at the point where we’re expecting Darvish to be in the Cubs’ rotation the next time they play.
I know, I know. I couldn’t believe it either!
Digging into the President’s debrief on a range of Cubs topics in advance of the Winter Meetings.
I’m not newly freaking out, I suppose is what I’m trying to say.
Valbuena had been playing in Venezuela and died in a car accident overnight.
The Cubs do not have money to burn, so to speak.
Hopefully it will at least help the health of his arm.
An out-of-the-box, but very good hire.
Shifting is back on the radar, but it seems like velocity and movement are where the conversation should start.
Who should the Cubs extend? Have they already tried? Will they try again? Is it ever actually gonna happen?
The NL East has tended not to be more than a one-playoff-team division. Is that changing? I’m not so sure.
The now-former Cub was non-tendered last week.
If you’re on the hook for the money anyway, might as well try to swap for a player you can use.
Who am I to argue with objective truth and reality and God’s final decision?
How to get maximum value out of the pitchers the Cubs are developing. Also: the FOX RSN bidding is even more messed up.
There’s still a chance the Cubs lose their bench coach.
Sometimes Javy just makes your jaw drop.
A bit of a surprise on Torreyes, whom the Cubs just acquired.
This is an unusual step in these situations, but it is an acceptable first step.
Terrmel Sledge is coming back to the organization. Do the Cubs have too much talent? That’s kind of a silly question, right?
It’s a transaction!
He’s nobody’s first choice, but that doesn’t mean there’s not something there, even after accounting for Coors Field.
The addition of Ronald Torreyes raises the possibility of non-tenders tomorrow.
His unsuccessful stint with the Cubs did not sink his star, apparently.
The 27-year-old lefty pitched very well for the Cubs at AAA Iowa last year.
This is a nice, quiet acquisition right here.
Zobrist got hosed. Also, is there actually going to be a way for Addison Russell to return to the Cubs with all fans on board?
I don’t really buy it either.