As we get closer and closer to the off-season, Joe Aiello wonders if the Cubs should be looking at a non-traditional route when it comes to building their rotation for next season.
It has become official. Darwin Barney is no longer a Cub. On Monday, the second baseman was dealt to the Los Angeles Dodgers with a cash consideration for a Player to be Named Later.
The trade deadline is just days away, and we’ve already started to see some jockeying by the league’s top contenders. Let’s get to it!
by John Dewan I was recently asked the following question [by Rob Neyer]: If infield shifts work so well, why aren’t league-wide BABIPs (Batting Average on Balls in Play) dropping? […]
The Cubs seem to be well-positioned for the future on the positional side of the roster. Let’s discuss how the team can build on the pitching side and look at a few potential free agent acquisitions for the rotation in 2015.
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In honor of the Darwin Barney move we give you the Cubs very own version of Hunger Games. Let the roster battle begin!
Edwin Jackson having an ERA north of 5 doesn’t surprise that many people. On the other hand, Travis Wood struggling that greatly after his strong 2013 does. So which one is the real Travis Wood that we should look for going forward?
With the MLB All-Star game taking place this week, there was a bit of a shortage of baseball news. Fortunately for us, there was more than enough storylines to hold us over until real games started back up.
Fast-forward to the 2017 World Series, as Sports Illustrated did. They predicted that the Astros would win the World Series over the Cubs. Now, obviously, a ton has to go […]