PECOTA projections are here. Should Cubs fans be angry again? Take a look and decide for yourself!
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With the front office’s fixation of being under the luxury tax this upcoming season and how the farm system is currently stacked up, it appears that the organization is using 2020 as a bridge year to allow for brighter days in the future.
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.
While many fans believe a free agent should have been acquired, the answer to man centerfield in 2020 has been obvious all offseason.
Hopefully, a trip from Wrigley North rejuvenates the veteran reliever.
Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer have commented on the Cubs potentially being active leading up to the season. Will it happen?
As the Cubs Convention is in full swing, the Cubs made two under-the-radar moves to add depth to their team.
Even when putting budgetary constraints aside, there are many baseball reasons why signing Nicholas Castellanos is not a wise decision.
There is expected to be a decision regarding Kris Bryant’s service time grievance by the end of January.
The Cubs are in agreement on a contract with relief pitcher Jason Adam.