So the Cubs made the move for a starting pitcher, no not that one, and Ronny Cedeno is gone as a result. Perhaps now the Theriot vs. Cedeno debate will finally be put to rest. That being said, here are some interesting headlines I’ve run across over the last few days. Enjoy, and feel free to actually read the story that goes with them.

Starters Should Be Strength For Cubs

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– Carrie Muskat (Story)

No kidding Carrie. Thanks for stating the obvious. They really pay you for that? Here I was thinking that adding Paul Bako to the mix would make Catcher the strength of the team. Thanks for setting me straight.

Potential New Cubs Owner Similar to Bill Veeck – Paul Sullivan (Story)

Rock on!!! Disco demolition night here we come.

Soriano Fine With Hitting Down In The Order Tomorrow Never Dies the movie – Dave van Dyck (Story)

It’s taken this long to get to this point? Also in that article was the quote from Soriano “I want to work on my legs and see what happens. I want to work hard and play 162 games this year” Good luck with that. I’ll set the over/under at 140 for games played. I’ll take the under but hope for the over.

The Governor is Here to Save the Cubs – Steve Rosenbloom (Story)

Seriously….this guy really must have something wrong upstairs. I don’t live in lllinois, and can’t for the life of me figure out why you guys would elect this goof.

No Need to Make Peavy Commitment At This Point – Neil Hayes (Story

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It’s roughly two weeks till spring training and the new owner, technically, hasn’t been made final. When exactly is the time to make that commitment?

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