The Cubs wanted to re-sign Pedro Strop this offseason, but at a “salary cap” friendly price, says the former North Siders’ relief pitcher.
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The Cubs acquired a plethora of low-risk arms this winter in an attempt to revamp the ‘pen on the cheap. The success (or failure) of the new guys will have a significant impact on the 2020 season.
Exaining a few things the White Sox could do in the next 32 days to improve an already much-improved team.
Examining some of the remaining relief pitchers on the market that could make sense for the White Sox.
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.
It’s time for the White Sox to put up or shut up. If they were to pull off this proposed offseason plan, they could potentially be fielding a contender in 2020.
Even with all the prior success Theo Epstein has had running the Cubs, this offseason’s decisions and how effective they are will permanently shape how he is remembered in Chicago.
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.
The Cubs front office certainly has to consider a crazy idea: should the team pursue elite starting pitcher Gerrit Cole this offseason?
With arguably the best stuff in the Cubs’ bullpen, Tyler Chatwood deserves to see more high-leverage innings.