Things are starting to move, sure, but the most of the big dogs are all still available.
Category: Chicago Cubs Rumors
It’s what this has felt like for a long time now, but there’s your report flat out saying it.
I’m not sure the Cubs are in this market anymore anyway.
They can do this. They can add some utility. I know it.
Things seem to be heating up lately.
I have so many questions that I’m not sure we’ll ever have answered.
Warren feels like a roll of the dice given how he’s pitched outside of New York. But the Cubs have to roll SOME dice eventually.
Happy Monday, my friends. This is ugly, if we buy it.
The Cubs’ top man just got into a huge range of topics on the radio.
If you’re buying low, might as well try to get a guy with upside.
I’m not so sure about the language in this one, or what it says about the Cubs’ plans.
Each of those things would obviously be highly interesting.
Fine by me. Let’s keep things exciting.
The latest from the rumor mill, as people get back to work.
Blue Jays Still Considering Starter Trades After Richard, Shoemaker Acquisitions (Chatwood-Martin Swap, Anybody?)
Keeping a theoretical trade alive.
The rumor mill picked way back up on the Harper front today.
How can that be a legit offer? Well, in this market, it probably is. And that should be a little unnerving.
Just chillin’. It’s cool.
So much for that bounce-back, middle infield option.
Keeping things light as we head into 2019.
A bad contract swap with the Blue Jays seems less likely than ever. The Cubs are not mentioned as a plausible suitor for Harper even on a long list.
There’s a conceivable fit there suggested by one reporter, and the Braves are looking at outfielders in trade.
The Cubs have been in this market, but have not made an addition. Martin Maldonado is still out there. Just sayin’.
Maybe you remember Drew as a disappointment in his career, but consider the ages of the players and it starts to look like a very attractive comparison.
The Brewers are totally gonna add a short-term starting pitcher. I know it.
Just two years ago, lots of guys were getting four-year deals. Now? It doesn’t happen.
A Corey Kluber trade could help re-start this slowing market.
It’s not quite “walking back,” but he does want to make sure you don’t misunderstand what he was saying.
Well hello there, Jon Heyman with the rumor bomb.
You don’t get prime pieces back when you’re swapping bad contracts, but could the Giants offer some useful arms (eventually)?