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Russell Martin is highly respected for his work with different pitching staffs.
Both Chicago teams could use a consistent left-handed hitting outfielder.
New Cubs manager Joe Maddon is truly one of a kind.
“I feel badly about it,” Joe Maddon says.
Lining up the contracts of Cubs executives with new manager Joe Maddon would make good sense.
According to numerous sources Paul Molitor will be named the manager of the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday. The Hall of Fame infielder will want a coaching staff of the best and brightest people in the game, entering his first venture into managing.
(CBS) – The Chicago Cubs are making news on the business front as well as with managerial changes. Numerous sources have confirmed that the Ricketts Family LLC, a different entity from the Cubs, is close […]
A baseball lifer, Rick Renteria did his job in his lone season in Chicago.
Top Cubs pitching prospect C.J. Edwards has recovered nicely from injury.
The agent for former Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon made it clear on Saturday that the Chicago Cubs could be the future destination for his client.
Joe Maddon is a free agent after deciding to leave the Rays.
Both parties decided it was best for Addison Russell to rest.
Free agent-to-be Pablo Sandoval would fit in with both Chicago baseball teams.
“I just know the team can be better, and so can I,” Jose Abreu says.
The starting rotation will be the difference for San Francisco.
Colletti was dismissed as the Dodgers general manager on Tuesday.
SoxFest is set for Jan. 23-25.
Victor Martinez, Adam LaRoche and Melky Cabrera are options for the White Sox to consider.
Theo Epstein always keeps the youngsters in mind when making moves.
“I wanted to be close to home,” Mallee says.