Kris Bryant will reportedly fill the top spot in the Cubs lineup.
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With Spring Training fast approaching, the Cubs remain a team without a set #5 starter. While budget constraints remain, free agency still offers low-cost arms the Cubs could afford to pursue.
How will David Ross fare in his first season filling in for arguably the most successful manager in Cubs history?
While many fans believe a free agent should have been acquired, the answer to man centerfield in 2020 has been obvious all offseason.
Together, Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant form the ultimate pillar to a successful franchise.
With the large contract the Cubs will need to offer Bryant in two offseasons to retain him, do the Cubs need to trade him now to set themselves up for long term success?
The White Sox are a team wholly invested in turning their rebuild into a window of contention starting in 2020. Cubs fans should appreciate the ride.
The Cubs have spent precisely zero dollars on full Major League contracts this offseason. This reality is both stunning and inexcusable, rendering Theo Epstein’s “reckoning” little more than a joke.
The Cubs All-Decade team doesn’t have too many positional debates, but On Tap Sports Net’s Austin Bloomberg manages to throw in a few wrinkles where possible.
After a relatively quiet presence at the Winter Meetings, the Cubs remain a team without a set direction for the 2020 season. The front office has a myriad of problems to address if this team is to remain competitive; it’s not clear they have the desire to do so.