With a significant amount of money coming off the books and a strong class of free agents, there’s multiple routes the Cubs can go to address their weaknesses.
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The Cubs front office certainly has to consider a crazy idea: should the team pursue elite starting pitcher Gerrit Cole this offseason?
With largely the same roster as the 2016 World Series team, it’s frustrating to watch the Cubs consistently underachieve relative to their talent level.
Brandon Morrow has seemingly spend more time on the injured list than on the field, and that was the case once again this season.
In surprising news, Brandon Morrow’s return to the Cubs’ bullpen is still possible.
The Cubs extensive position player depth is doing more bad than it is good.
If you weren’t a huge Cubs fan, you may look at Brandon as a fan who had just won a one-night raffle to pitch the seventh inning, but Kintzler has been far more than a bum off the streets for the Cubs so far this season,
Examining bullpen options while Morrow is on the shelf