Chicago Cubs Should Look for Outfield Help in Free Agency
Theo Epstein

The Chicago Cubs will enter their third year of the rebuild under the management of Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer and they do it with more questions than certainties at this point of the process. Coming off two seasons where […]

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Anthony Gruppuso - USA TODAY Sports

Former New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera has the distinction of having the lowest WHIP of any live-ball pitcher in baseball history at 1.00. A future Hall of Famer and bona fide Yankee royalty, Rivera’s career is one that any pitcher would […]

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Edwin Jackson Chicago Cubs

The contract given by the Chicago Cubs to Edwin Jackson heading into the 2013 season is roundly ridiculed by everyone who has ever seen Jackson pitch. At four years and $52 million, the Cubs signed Jackson for the same length and total […]

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Jon Lester Boston Red Sox Rumors

According to Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com, the Boston Red Sox recently offered their ace left-handed pitcher Jon Lester a four-year extension worth somewhere between $70 and $80 million. While that is obviously a lot of money, the offer is far under market value, […]

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Anthony Rizzo Chicago Cubs

While it’s still early and small sample size caveats apply, first baseman Anthony Rizzo is showing signs that 2014 may be the breakout year that Chicago Cubs fans have been waiting for. The one glaring concern in Rizzo’s first full MLB season last […]

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Jake Arrieta Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs are still in the midst of a substantial rebuild. As such, the 2014 season should be used in part as a means of player evaluation. One player who requires a long look at the big league level […]

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Chicago Cubs Offense

The Chicago Cubs have won the first game of a series for the first time this season. It is just the second time this year that the team has the chance to actually win a series outright. In order to […]

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Starlin Castro

At the ripe old age of 24, Chicago Cubs‘ shortstop Starlin Castro is on pace for potential baseball history. Now all he has to do to make history is keep his same pace for the next 20 seasons. Castro, who until last […]

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