Lots of moving parts today.
Category: Chicago Cubs Transactions
More prospects for the system, including the Cubs’ first rounder, Nico Hoerner.
The newest prospect in the Cubs’ system.
The Cubs needed room on the 40-man roster and a new pitcher in Milwaukee.
More injury news for the Cubs.
As expected, the Cubs are brining up another arm to lengthen the pen.
The Cubs have a new back-up catcher.
Rosario didn’t throw a single pitch! And it’s his birthday!
Excuse me, waiter? I’ll have another arm please. Thanks.
The Cubs will get to go with an extra position player for a few days, and Hancock could make his big league debut.
He will miss at least one start.
A new reliever enters the mix.
The 28-year-old righty has always hit.
With Ben Zobrist hitting the DL, Bote gets a chance to be a versatile fill-in.
We’ve got some late Friday afternoon roster news for ya.
Navarro heads back to Iowa.
The 31-year-old lefty batter will lengthen the bench a bit.
A corresponding move has not yet been announced.
And it’s exactly as expected.
The Cubs grabbed him last November to see what he had.
The 23-year-old lefty had a nice camp, but he’ll get more time in the minor leagues.
Can’t keep ’em all, I guess. You probably barely remember Alvarez anyway.
A couple prospects head to minor league camp.
The Cubs can save some cash under the luxury tax, and can also keep an out-of-options pitcher.
A number of depth starters, and lefty Dario Alvarez, head out.
Everyone is all set for 2018, though the Cubs did have to make the rare renewal.