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Cubs Down on the Farm Report – 02/08/16
Winter League Wrap-up It seems as if the winter leagues opened just yesterday, and we are already concluded the Caribbean World Series and the Australian Baseball League playoffs. Altogether, 30 players that belonged to the Cubs system at one time or another in the 2015-16 off-season would play winter ball. The notable performers, along with […] The post Cubs Down on ...

Cubs Weekend Headlines: Arrieta Avoids Arbitration, Epstein and Hoyer Talk and BA Ranks the System
Congratulations to Peyton Manning, John Elway and the Denver Broncos for winning Super Bowl 50 … It was a pretty busy three days for the Cubs as the sports world focused on the Super Bowl and the matchup between the eventual champion Broncos and Carolina Panthers. The biggest news of the weekend was the Cubs […] The post

Cubs Vintage TV Commercials
With some rather large game being played in Santa Clara involving an oblong ball made of pigskin, once the Broncos of Denver or the Panthers of Carolina win the splendid contest it will unofficially be baseball season. Pitchers and catchers report to Mesa in just 12 days and the first official full squad on-field work […] The post Cubs Vintage TV Commercials appeared firs...

Before and After Signing: A Decade in the Cubs’ Experience with Free Agency
So many hits and misses over the years in free agency. Can the Class of 2015 live up to what the group did in 2006? [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]

Cubs-Rays Update: Conversations Remain Active on Pitching and for Outfielders
Jed Hoyer and Matt Silverman have acknowledged publicly they talk on a regular basis. The Cubs-Rays rumors figure to continue as long as there are players that would fill needs for both teams. And the reports connecting the two teams have picked up, again, over the last two days. The Rays are happy with their […] The post Cubs-...

MLB Studying Raising the Strike Zone – Could It Disproportionately Hurt Cubs Pitchers?
Move up the bottom of the zone would help offense, but some Cubs pitchers really make a living down there. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]

The Trouble with High-Average, Low-Power Hitters in the Minors and Other Bullets
The lack of power, on its own, is not the only problem. It causes other issues, and I'm not sure we discuss it enough. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]

The Daily CCO: Outfield Defense a Question Mark the Cubs Will Find Answers to in the Spring
With pitchers and catchers reporting to Mesa in less than two weeks and the first full squad workout in just 17 days, one of the areas the Cubs have to address this spring is the team’s outfield defense. During a conversation with Sean McAdam, Theo Epstein recently said, “Our outfield defense will be a question […] The post



 

 
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