The Cubs do not have money to burn, so to speak.
Category: Chicago Cubs Rumors
If the Cubs have to get creative to add an impact bat, is this a route they could take?
The latest from the rumor mill, including the quiet relief market.
Like it or not, there’s a message out there about the Cubs’ need to be “creative” if they want to make changes this offseason.
Compare him to some of your favorite Cubs hitters, for example.
The Cubs figure to stay involved in the Bryce Harper talks, at least in some capacity.
The first major domino fell and now the fun begins.
Hamilton is set to become one of the most interesting bench pieces in baseball. Want.
Another pitching trade target for the Brewers, more movement for the Phillies, a small field on Corbin, and more.
Since David Ross left, the Cubs haven’t quite been able to fill that void.
Well. This is not exactly super exciting Bryce Harper news. I guess it’s not crushing, either.
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Could the Cubs get really creative and pick up a controllable outfielder with a big bat?
The free agent pool expands in the complementary space where the Cubs are shopping.
The Cubs and McCutchen is something we’ve brought up in the past. Is there still anything there? Also, catcher rumors FLYING.
This is coming out of left field. Or behind the plate. Or whatever.
Russell is currently suspended under MLB’s domestic violence policy.
Whatever the final picture winds up looking like, it’s easy to see the value in these guys.
It’s a big deadline day around baseball.
Hint: Kyle Hendricks, Carl Edwards Jr., Cole Hamels, Jesse Sanchez … more trades with the Rangers, please.
Lukewarm Stove: Harper and D.C., Corbin’s Huge Price Tag, Trading for Syndergaard, Catchers, Arenado, More
How much would you pay for Patrick Corbin? Also, a trade for Noah Syndergaard?
Realistically, what exactly are the Cubs going to use for trades?
The reliever was dominant with the Cubs and had expressed interest in returning. This is disappointing.
A lefty bat that can really hit against righties, especially out of Miami, and he can play a variety of positions.
Adding a 36-year-old second baseman on a monster contract? In isolation, it sure doesn’t make sense for the Cubs. But it’s not really in isolation.
Something you just say, or an actual offseason strategy?
Lukewarm Stove: Reds “Extend” Iglesias, Cruz Drawing Interest, Six Teams on Syndergaard, Segura, More
Can the Cubs get an impact relief arm in the trade market?
A versatile player who can rake against righties outside of Marlins Park? Sure, why not?
There are a number of connections between the Cubs’ front office and the Farrell family.
Lukewarm Stove: Phillies Big Everything, Cards Shopping Martinez, Realmuto, Mariners Bad Contracts, More
The Phillies interest extends as far as the eye can see. Also: will the Mariners get into any bad contract swapping?