• Steve Henson of Yahoo! Sports offers the Cubs edition of Hot Stove Daily, their offseason series. He mentions that the Cubs have interest in Hitoki Iwase of Japan, but he has decided not to come to the states to play. – (Source)
  • Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports produces the Top 10 A-Rod destinations this offseason. In case you’re wondering, the Cubs come in at # 4. Personally, I see him going to LA, but which team, I’m not sure. My heart says the Angels, but money says the Dodgers. – (Source)
  • Jim Malony of MLB.com offers a quick two sentence summary of each team’s needs this off-season. – (Source)
  • Tom Singer of MLB.com presents the Top 25 free agents this offseason. It’s a sad state of afairs when guys like LaTroy Hawkins, Carlos Silva and Josh Fogg make the list. – (Source)
  • The Hardball Times ranks the top ten World Series game one’s of all time. The Cubs even make the list – (Source)
  • Some sorry fool spent $402,500 to buy a Lou Gerhig jersey. Seriously, isn’t there a better way to spend that money, especially around Thanksgiving? – (Source)
  • Sarah Schorno addresses the idea that there is “No Absolution In An Asterisk”, and I wholeheartedly agree with her. I can’t stand it when people feel like everything is fixed by simply adding a little symbol to all the records. The fact remains that sports have always been and will always be a flawed system. There will always be people who cheat and will always been people who don’t. There will never be a way to fix that because of the flawed world we live in, so enough with the asterisks already. – (Source)
  • Dennis Rodman has his eye on a head coaching position with the new WNBA Atlanta franchise. – (Source)
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    Joe Aiello is the founder of View From the Bleachers and one of the lead writers as well as host of VFTB Radio. Growing up in Chicago, he fondly remembers attending games in the bleachers before that was the popular thing to do. Currently Joe resides in North Carolina with his wife and three kids. Connect with Joe via Twitter / Facebook / E-mail