Jason Hammel: Another Former Baltimore Oriole Brings Rotation Help For Chicago Cubs
Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Cubs have signed former Baltimore Orioles pitcher Jason Hammel to a one year, $6 million deal to provide starting rotation help for the 2014 season. The deal is pending a physical exam, which as we have learned, is […]

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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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Javier Baez Chicago Cubs

It seems counterproductive to view an ejection from a baseball game as anything but negative. However, when it applies to the development of a top prospect, this scenario can be an invaluable part of the learning process. Javier Baez recently received […]

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Starlin Castro

Even though the Chicago Cubs lost to the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-6, they saw an encouraging sign out of shortstop Starlin Castro, who is looking to have a bounce back year this season. Castro launched two home runs in the loss and is showing that […]

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Jose Veras Chicago Cubs

The bullpen for the Chicago Cubs has been very good so far in this young season. Young fire-ballers Pedro Strop, Justin Grimm and Hector Rondon have led the way, not allowing a run in a combined 11 innings of work. The […]

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Ryan Kalish Chicago Cubs

Outfielder Ryan Kalish was the feel-good story of Spring Training for the Chicago Cubs. After being non-tendered by the Boston Red Sox last year, the Cubs signed Kalish to a minor league deal on Dec. 13, 2013. He was not […]

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chicago cubs jose veras

Reliever Jose Veras has done nothing to endear himself to Chicago Cubs fans in the short time that he has been a member of the team. After a bad showing in Spring Training, Veras promptly blew his first save opportunity as the Cubs […]

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Ryan Kalish

The Chicago Cubs‘ offense finally awoke from hibernation. Now we’ll just have to see whether this was a one time thing, or a group of young hitters finally starting to figure things out. Just how much better was the Cubs’ offense […]

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