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Arrieta and the Cubs are negotiating as arbitration hearings approach in February.
The Rockies’ signing of Gerardo Parra is a tell-tale sign that Carlos Gonzalez or Charlie Blackmon will be dealt.
Ricketts made it clear Saturday he wants to keep his front office in place.
Could Fowler still fit into the plans for the Cubs or White Sox? They’re both monitoring the outfield market.
As great as Griffey is, it’s fine that he wasn’t a unanimous selection. That’s the process at work.
Yoenis Cespedes and Justin Upton are the high-profile outfielders left. What will their price be?
Enshrinement for catching great Mike Piazza, suspected of PED use, could change the game for others.
The Cubs have a steal of a deal in Anthony Rizzo and would like to buy out free-agent years of some others.
Backloading a long-term contract could be an option for the White Sox to stay within their means.
The Yankees have stacked their bullpen but need to add a young bat.
Finding a durable offensive contributor at shortstop shouldn’t be taken for granted.
Not one to shy away from controversy, the last man to win 30 games in season, Denny McLain, hasn’t changed his in-your-face commentary on the game he played so well in the 1960s.
There are still moves in play that could lead to the Cubs bringing back center fielder Dexter Fowler.
Theo Epstein sounds like a man who’s quite content with his current roster.
Unless the best pitcher or center fielder in the game becomes available, Jorge Soler will be the Cubs’ starting right fielder next April.
Cespedes is one of several targets the White Sox could add.
Facing great scrutiny, Ventura will need strong early results. Otherwise, he’ll face his baseball fate.
Not wanting to be the second team in the Second City, the White Sox pulled the trigger on a big trade for a power hitter.
The Cubs have committed at least $155 million to 2016 payroll — and they might not be done adding.
Could Atlanta speedster Ender Inciarte be part of the winning formula for Chicago?