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The dude sure looks the part, and the power has shown the last couple years. But it comes with plenty of strikeouts.
Hey that’s … technically not nothing.
The 27-year-old righty is definitely a potential big league relief arm.
A depth catching option for an organization that needs it.
Graveman, 28, is likely out for almost all of 2019, but the Cubs would control him after that.
Very nice to be able to retain a guy like Webster.
The 26-year-old has some sneaky power upside, but more importantly, can play all over.
Seems like a good deal for the Cubs.
The Cubs have another versatile utility type for their bench, and he comes with some pop.
A modest return, but one that fills some needs.
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.
It’s a transaction!
The 27-year-old lefty pitched very well for the Cubs at AAA Iowa last year.
This is a nice, quiet acquisition right here.
Steele is one of the Cubs’ best pitching prospects.
A big, 23-year-old lefty? Why not?
Jack, we hardly knew ye. I think ye played baseball.
A trio of additions to the Cubs’ 40-man roster, affording them some upper-level depth.
A group of 17 Cubs are now former Cubs.
The PTBNLs are probably not going to be significant.
Cubs Reportedly Picking Up Cole Hamels Option While Trading Drew Smyly to the Rangers (UPDATE: It’s Official)
This makes a whole lot of sense.
Are you sitting down?
An added outfielder for depth.
A minor league reliever with some good numbers in a tough place to pitch.
Cubs Decline Team Option on Brandon Kintzler (UPDATE: But He’s Reportedly Exercising His Player Option)
Although the Cubs were always going to decline their half, Kintzler has a player option he may very well pick up.
Six Cubs players officially became free agents today.
A great story that continues on with the Cubs.