The Cubs have some more minor leaguers to bring in for depth/competition.
The Cubs top prospects haven’t looked this good in years.
This week has thrown the trade rumor mill for a loop.
It’s Wrigley North, and I’ll near nothing else on the matter.
The Questions Flying After the Braves’ Ozuna Signing and Its Relationship to the Bryant Service Time Grievance
If there is any relationship at all, that is.
Well that certainly complicates things with the Braves as a possible trade partner.
Just two new members this year!
Another plus-spin reliever to add to the stockpile.
I wonder it, and I also get a little nervous about it, because we all want to see the Cubs and Baez stick together.
Reconsidering Leadoff, Reconsidering Braves as Trade Partners, Reconsidering Sammy, and Other Cubs Bullets
Second thoughts on these issues?
Arenado called the Rockies GM “very disrespectful,” says he’s been “crossed,” and this could get ugly.
Don’t expect an Arenado trade this offseason.
Any relationship to a possible trade for Kris Bryant? Oh, probably not. But these things are fair to keep on your radar.
I want Strop to get what he can get … but please don’t wind up with the Brewers.
The latest from the rumor mill, as Spring Training looms a few weeks away.
A whole lotta Cubs prospect notes to get into today.
There’s still time (he chants over and over to himself).
There are imperfect fits all over, so that’s what you go with.
The renovations at Wrigley Field would be complete, and it would have been 32 years since the last.
There are still no expectations for what he can contribute in 2020, but actually having a normal Spring Training is a start.
It wouldn’t be a CubsCon without a funny, profanity-tinged story from Willson Contreras.
A third catcher is a wise addition for the Cubs, just in case.
A whole lot was revealed today about the Cubs’ new TV network.
A necessary move for fan safety.
A little taste of Cubs Convention.
Cubs productions does it again.
It’s a trade for a guy who goes on the 40-man roster, so that’s something!
There’s really not much to this for a variety of reasons.
Sounds about right.
They tried in the past, but it’s not gonna happen. Not anymore.
No Ricketts Family panel at the Convention, but two of the owners did speak to the media on a range of topics.
It’s on the record now, from The Captain: the Cubs didn’t cheat.
You taking the over or the under?
This is extremely weird, but pretty fun to follow from a distance.
We are only five weeks out from the launch of the Cubs’ new Marquee Sports Network, but one of the biggest providers doesn’t yet have a deal in place.