Haruki Nishikawa is a contact-oriented hitter with Gold Glove defensive capabilities. If the price tag is right, he could be an ideal signing for a frugal Cubs front office.
Last week’s Winter Meetings proffered little for Cubs fans. After a tumultuous beginning to the offseason, the Hot Stove season’s biggest week was a huge let down — for Cubs fans specifically, and MLB generally. […]
No Chicago team had a player on either of the 2019 teams but after two strong seasons that changed.
As the offseason unfolds The Dugout will be assessing individual player projections for the Cubs in 2021. First up is Nico Hoerner.
Even with an expectedly quiet offseason for the Cubs, it’s always fun to dream of a wonderful Christmas. Take a look at what our Cubs editorial staff hopes to unwrap later this month.
With the White Sox still in need of a rotation upgrade, we explore what a potential trade for Lance Lynn might look like
News, rumors, and commentary on everything involving the Cubs during the virtual Winter Meetings
Well, there was no shortage of topics to talk about after a crazy week of Cubs News. Special Guest Evan Altman joined Northside Show Hosts Austin Bloomberg and Benjamin J. Denen to discuss the departures of Len Kasper, […]
So, as hard as it is to say goodbye to a broadcaster that has provided the soundtrack to this era of Cubs baseball—the most successful in franchise history—I can’t help but feel happy for him as he writes the next chapter in his already storied career. The White Sox are getting one of the best in the business. Thank you for the memories, Len Kasper. You will be sorely missed.
It can become so tempting to grow overly enamored with the stats that are measured over time, but baseball is so much more than that.