Potential Landing Spots for Jason Castro

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The short year and mid-season trade didn’t help Jason Castro in 2020, but they didn’t hurt him as much as they could have. He was still a serviceable catcher in limited time. Being 33 years old isn’t the most positive thing, but Castro is one of the better free agent catchers available. The former first […] READ MORE


San Diego Padres Trade for Pitcher Yu Darvish

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The San Diego Padres have made yet another big move. They have acquired pitcher Yu Darvish in a trade with the Chicago Cubs. This comes on the heels of another huge transaction that sent four good prospects to the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for Blake Snell. The announcement came at around 7 pm Pacific […] READ MORE


Outfielders the Chicago Cubs Could Target in Free Agency

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The Chicago Cubs need to fill some key roster spots this off-season. More specifically, they have no depth in the outfield. They lost five notable outfielders since the end of the season. Chicago will have plenty of options in the free agency market to meet these needs. Here are some players that they may look […] READ MORE


Potential Landing Spots for Michael Wacha

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Michael Wacha is an interesting case for a 2021 contract. His 2020 campaign wasn’t great, but there are few interesting underlying numbers. Bad luck and the unusual season suppressed what might have been a solid season with the New York Mets. The former first-round selection from 2011 has very average career numbers. Wacha has one […] READ MORE


Potential Landing Spots For Alex Colome

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Alex Colome is far from a household name, however, few relievers have had the success he has had over the past few years. The Dominican born righty entered the league in 2013 and has posted a 2.95 ERA in 424 innings. Colome became a closer in 2016, and has since compiled 138 saves. The free […] READ MORE


Chicago Cubs non-tender Kyle Schwarber, Albert Almora Jr.

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The Chicago Cubs have decided to non-tender outfielders Kyle Schwarber and Albert Almora Jr. This is just the start of what looks to be a busy off-season for the organization. The Schwarber move comes as sort of a surprise. There were some talks that he could return, or be included in possible trades. He’s the […] READ MORE


John “the Jackrabbit” Dillinger and the Chicago Cubs

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The Setup and a Bloody End July 21, 1934 Anna Sage was a madam at a brothel in Gary, Indiana. She was in danger of being deported because of the nature of her profession. Sage needed a way to stay in the U.S. and she had just the ticket: John Dillinger. The infamous bank robber […] READ MORE


Wrigley Field Given Federal Landmark Status

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According to multiple reports, Wrigley Field will be given federal landmark status in the National Register of Historic Places. This status allows the Ricketts family, owners of the Chicago Cubs, access to federal income tax credits. National Historic Landmarks or, NHLs, are historic places that hold national significance. U.S. Secretary of the Interior, David Bernhardt […] READ MORE


Theo Epstein To Step Down as Cubs President

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On Tuesday morning, the Chicago Cubs announced that team president Theo Epstein will be stepping down. Jed Hoyer will take over the position on November 20th. Hoyer has worked closely with Epstein throughout their time with the Cubs, and even before their arrival. He has held the roles of Executive Vice President and General Manager. […] READ MORE


Trade Candidates to Watch This Offseason

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Six MLB Players to Monitor This Offseason The MLB Hot Stove Season is officially underway. Tuesday, the MLB Owners Meetings get underway and last thru Thursday. In typical 2020 fashion, the meetings are being held virtually. However, they will still allow all 30 front offices to converse with one another and exchange ideas. Typically, these […] READ MORE