Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock or sleep early, the Texas Rangers have been announced as the high bidder in the Yu Darvish sweepstakes. This does not directly affect the Cubs as Chicago does not play Texas in 2012, but indirectly, there will be transactional ramifications assuming the Rangers Continue reading No Yu for you…so now what?
As free agents continue to be taken off the board, and trades are made between various clubs around the major leagues, we still await an ending to the Prince Fielder saga. Fans of the Chicago Cubs remain overly optimistic about whether or not Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer will Continue reading Cubs Pursuit of Fielder, or Lack Thereof, Continues
The winter meetings were relatively quiet for the Cubs, much to the chagrin of Cubs fans everywhere. Part of that is due to the changes in the MLB collective bargaining agreement, and probably the bulk of it is due to the terrible shape the franchise is in, so trades Continue reading Some things to think about as we head into 2012