By now, the calculus on whether Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer should add Kris Bryant to the Opening Day roster has been well explained. By keeping him down at the beginning of the season, the Cubs can secure an extra year of control. Bleacher Nation went through the process of Continue reading An Entirely too Early Look at a Kris Bryant Contract Extension
Forgetting that the collective bargaining agreement instituted in 2011 changed the way teams are able to build a winning team and how quickly they are able to do it, the number of false narratives surrounding the Cubs and the way Theo Epstein is building the organization is a bit overwhelming. Continue reading False Narratives About Cubs, Rebuild Too Much to Handle
The Reds are a rare case of a team who won 90 games, made the playoffs, outscored their opponents by over 100 runs, and still fired their manager. Dusty Baker, who oversaw the reemergence of the Reds from relative anonymity, is now out of work, and has been replaced by Continue reading 2014 NL Central Preview: 3rd Place – Cincinnati Reds
Tonight, Ken Rosenthal treated us to a gem of a tweet: Sources: E. Santana seeking $100M, Nolasco $80M on five-year deals. Story: http://t.co/q8iNLosRrr — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) November 8, 2013 I was at the neighborhood Chipotle at the time, waiting entirely too long for a very underwhelming burrito, Continue reading Always Something
One of my favorite baseball movies of all time is “Field of Dreams”, even though it falls short of the number one spot, I still consider the film a must watch. As everyone knows, the key line to the movie that starts the whole process in motion is “if you Continue reading With Renovations Just About Approved, Promised Free Agent Spending is Coming. But….