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The Significance of a Hot Start for the 2020 Chicago Cubs

A hot start in 2020 is vital for the Cubs in the standings and from a roster construction standpoint.

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It’s Time For the Bulls to Have Their Theo Epstein Moment

If the Bulls are truly interested in bringing in a fresh and well-respected voice to enact serious change as has been reported, then there is no better candidate than Masai Ujiri.

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Are the Cubs Punting on 2020 with their Eyes Set on 2021 and Beyond?

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.

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Should the Cubs Sign Nicholas Castellanos?

Even when putting budgetary constraints aside, there are many baseball reasons why signing Nicholas Castellanos is not a wise decision.

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Cubs: Not Mad, Just Disappointed 🔊

Listen to the latest installment of Cubs On Tap for discussion of several offseason topics

Kris Bryant Grievance Hearing to Have Decision by End of Month

There is expected to be a decision regarding Kris Bryant’s service time grievance by the end of January.

The Sound of Silence and the Cubs Offseason

The arbitration deadline has come and gone, and finally, the Cubs have spent money! Yes, these players were all under contract and their returns a mere formality, but alas, this was something. As I reflected on the lack of action from the Cubs front office this offseason I focused on that silence.

Trading Willson Contreras Would Improve the Cubs’ Roster both Now and for the Future

While trading other star players on the roster would render the Cubs noncompetitive in the short term, Contreras provides an avenue for the Cubs to compete now and be better off long-term.

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Trading Kris Bryant Slams the Competitive Window Shut, but is it Necessary for the Cubs Long Term?

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?

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