As expected, the Cubs have made some decisions that will not sit well with much of the fanbase. The breakup of the 2016 championship core has officially begun, and I have to admit I’m more than a little salty about it.
Tonight’s 7pm deadline to tender contracts to arbitration eligible players could rock the MLB-universe. The Cubs are among the teams that could make some wild cuts to their roster.
Austin Bloomberg and Patrick Flowers went to the hypothetical negotiating table for several hours on Monday and eventually came to terms on a deal to send Kris Bryant to the White Sox in exchange for a three-player package.
Despite the angst building-up over the Cubs’ offseason, there’s little reason to believe a surprise non-tender will occur on December 2.
Nobody did more for the Chicago Cubs and baseball itself in the 90s than Sammy Sosa. It’s time for his long overdue reunion at Wrigley.
With the December 2 deadline to tender contracts to arbitration eligible players quickly approaching, the free agency pool is about to get deeper. Here’s a look at three position players that might be non-tendered — each of which would assume significant creativity if the Cubs were to acquire.
With the December 2 deadline to tender contracts to arbitration eligible players quickly approaching, the free agency pool is about to get deeper across the board. Here’s a look at three non-tender relief candidates that may be of interest to the Cubs.
On today’s episode of the Northside Show Hosts Austin Bloomberg and Benjamin J. Denen discussed the beginning of the Jed Hoyer era. Specifically, the took a look at the questions he will ace out of the gate, namely which of the core will they look to move for building blocks for the next era?
After the news came out that Theo Epstein was resigning his position as President of Baseball Operations after nine incredible years with the Chicago Cubs, we at the Northside Show decided that it was only fitting to create a special podcast
Yesterday’s news Theo was stepping down as Cubs’ President was a gut punch for fans. After a day to digest, it’s time to properly recognize Epstein’s influence, forever changing the Cubs.