Cubs’ List Of Roster Headaches Includes A Projected $22 Million In Raises For Arbitration-Eligible Players
Estimates of salary increases through arbitration illustrate how difficult it will be for the Cubs to retool the roster that failed them, at least if they do not want to climb far above MLB’s Competitive
Do the Cubs’ other needs make Kris Bryant expendable? 4 questions about Cubs third basemen heading into 2020.
This is the sixth in a series of position-by-position analyses of the Cubs after the 2019 season. The Cubs need to address several areas — young starting pitching, relief pitching, contact hitting — and
With the postseason in full swing and the winter meetings two months away, the MLB hot stove has scarcely crackled to life. Yet it's not too early to gaze ahead and project potential trades. Let's do that,
Should the Cubs trade Kris Bryant or Javier Baez — or keep both and potentially sacrifice the future? A look a
In a perfect world, the Cubs would be on a streak of postseason appearances to rival the Dodgers’ current run of seven in a row while producing waves of homegrown impact players to help balance the payroll.
The Cubs will have a new manager in 2020 after missing the playoffs for the first time in five seasons and parting ways with Joe Maddon. Here’s a look at the Cubs roster, who will likely return in 2020
Following Sunday’s announcement that Joe Maddon’s time as manager of the Chicago Cubs is done, President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein is ready to continue in the direction of change. Epstein’s for
Theo Epstein says change is coming after the Cubs fell into the ‘winner’s trap.’ Could that mean dealing Kris
The Cubs fell into the “winner’s trap” of trusting components of a franchise that has gradually regressed since winning the 2016 World Series, team President Theo Epstein said Monday. And that will result