The Chicago Cubs think trading one the best players in franchise history is a good idea? Not so fast my friend!
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The Cubs have plenty of moves in the works at this week comes to a close.
Monday’s non-tendered players provide the Cubs with a deeper pool of free agents to explore. A few players could make sense for a team with budget constraints and several holes to fill.
Although consensus among the Cubs fanbase suggests that non-tendering Addison Russell was the correct decision, there are many reasons why retaining him made sense.
The Cubs have made their first noteworthy move to the roster in some time now after acquiring RHP Jharel Cotton from the Oakland Athletics for cash considerations.
The Cubs need a leadoff hitter and a center fielder. They need to walk more, strike out less, and make more contact. Given the payroll constraints and roster needs, Akiyama is the ideal target for a Cubs team reconstructing its identity.
It appears David Ross has found his bench coach. Andy Green is a fine choice after plenty of experience as a big league manager.
After picking up options for Jose Quintana and Anthony Rizzo, the Cubs made a plethora of moves on Monday.
How Kris Bryant’s service time dispute plays out will affect the Cubs’ entire two year plan and could alter their competitive window.
The Cubs are desperate for help in the rotation, the bullpen, and at center field. Here’s a list of players the Cubs could target in the trade market to address those issues.