A Day to Be Thankful


Happy Thanksgiving to one and all from all of us here at World Series Dreaming. Today is the day that we are supposed to sit back and remember what we are thankful for. As a whole, we generally do not Continue reading

Want to Sign Lester? Consider Signing Ross


The Hot Stove League continues to burn bright, and the big dominos are still on the table. Top target for the Chicago Cubs, Jon Lester, remains on the sidelines watching offers roll in. All along, Lester has said that he Continue reading

Let the Lester Bidding War Begin


The bidding for free agent pitcher Jon Lester is underway, and now we have some numbers. We learned last week that the Boston Red Sox initial offer was for about six years and $120 Million. Today we learned that the Continue reading

Is Jon Lester Even Interested in the Cubs?


Jon Lester is in the sights of the Chicago Cubs, and they have a strong interest. The question though, is how interested in the Cubs is Lester? Interested enough to ask a long time former Cubs pitcher Ryan Dempster about Continue reading

Lester is in Cubs Sights, but What if They Miss?


Everyone knows that the Chicago Cubs really covet Jon Lester. They have not hid their desire to add a top of the rotation starter to their rotation which already boasts breakout pitcher Jake Arrieta and emerging potential talent like Kyle Continue reading

Red Sox Low Ball Lester, Leaving Cubs to Swoop In


News has come out that the Boston Red Sox have made free agent starting pitcher Jon Lester a contract offer, which is a bit lower than I was expecting. According to a mAjor league source the Red Sox offer to Continue reading

Finally Some Good News: Cubs NOT Looking at Swisher


Finally, the fans of the Chicago Cubs have something to celebrate. Nick Swisher is not in the plans for 2015 and beyond. Sources say #Cubs have not inquired about Nick Swisher. — Bruce Miles (@BruceMiles2112) November 19, 2014 I will Continue reading

Cubs Dodge a bullet on Martin Deal


Well, you can count Russell Martin out of your future Chicago Cubs lineup, the Toronto Blue Jays signed him to a very expensive deal. Source: Martin deal with #BlueJays is five years, $82M. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) November 17, 2014 Before Continue reading

Waiting for Spring

Winter Ball

Last night, and a little this morning, Chicago experienced the first real snow fall of the season. Sure, we had flurries already, but this time that damn white stuff stuck to the ground and people instantly forgot how to drive Continue reading

What is Russell Martin’s Leadership Worth?


After the Detroit Tigers signed Victor Martinez to a four year deal worth $68 million, Russell Martin must have cracked a smile. A 36 year old catcher, who is now primarily a designated hitter just received a lucrative offer that Continue reading