This is the second in a series of position-by-position analyses of the Cubs following the 2019 season. Kimbrel never found his groove after joining the Cubs in June on a three-year, $43 million contract.
Joe Maddon joined the most exclusive club in sports in 2016, when he managed the Cubs to their first championship in 108 years. He joined another small and decidedly less prestigious club Sunday, when
Cubs President Theo Epstein made a successful split from manager Joe Maddon on Sunday without specifically explaining why he felt the change was needed. Maddon helped Epstein by taking his firing graciously,
Column: Cubs could follow the Yankees blueprint of a semi-rebuild for 2021 and beyond. But it probably means t
Cubs President Theo Epstein made it clear this week he doesn’t plan on blowing up the roster after this bitter ending to the 2019 season. But Epstein hasn’t ruled out a semi-rebuild, so no one should safe,
The Cubs won’t be able to easily walk away from their unsuccessful efforts to continue their run of postseason appearances. Their spending in 2019 will impact them next season, as they must make major
The Cubs will go into the 2020 season with what team president Theo Epstein terms as “a real good ball club,” yet it’s difficult at this point to envision them as a serious threat to the Los Angeles Dodgers,