As the Cubs move forward with their new front office, it’s clear Ricketts is committed to bringing the North Side its first World Series in more than a century.
After sitting around the Phister Hotel up here in Milwaukee most of the day we finally got a chance to talk to the various General Managers. It actually was sort of funny because when they came into the ball room it was like feeding time at the zoo. We pounced on them and barely let them up for air.
Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein and embattled pitcher Carlos Zambrano met Monday at Goose Island in Wrigleyville to discuss “future situations,” a source told 670 The Score.
According to a report, the Royals would be interested in acquiring Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano if the team decides to shop the veteran right-hander.
Now that the new regime of Theo Epstein, Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod have officially taken over the halls of Wrigley Field, it’s time to get down to work.
Good to see Chicago’s Theogood hasn’t been lost on Jason McLeod. McLeod was introduced Tuesday along with Jed Hoyer, the team’s new general manager. Yet, it was Epstein who commanded the floor when questions came the trio’s way as to imminent moves to be made.
With the Cardinals taking home the World Series, effectively ending the 2011 baseball season, it is now time for teams to beginning signing their free agents and making plans for 2012.
With the buzz around Chicago all about Theo Epstein, Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports joined The Mully and Hanley Show to discuss the Cubs’ acquisition.
Cubs fans, it’s OK to get excited. Good things are coming. But before those things can happen, there are a few matters Epstein needs to address
White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen has reportedly had talks with Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano about joining him on the Marlins.
According to a Chicago Tribune Report, troubled Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano is selling one of his two Chicago-area homes — a 13-room house in River Forest — for $969,000.
Sports Illustrated asked 215 MLB players to vote on the league’s meanest player and the winner is White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski.
The topic of Carlos Zambrano came up during Mike Quade’s pre-game gab fest with the media.
Troubled pitcher Carlos Zambrano’s suspension expires on Sunday, but the Chicago Cubs have no plans to put him back on the field.
It was one year ago when Mike Quade took control of the Cubs as they beat the Washington Nationals en route to a 24-13 record to finish the 2010 season.
Recent Cubs “retiree” Carlos Zambrano is in need of a change of scenery, while his pal, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, is in need of a change of pace.
There were the odd hairstyles, the tattoos, the piercings, the cross dressing, and the celebrity STD Petri dishes Rodman dated that for many Chicago Bulls fans, and even basketball fans in general, will be what Rodman was.
After abruptly leaving the Cubs Friday night and threatening to retire, Carlos Zambrano finally surfaced Monday and explained his actions in an interview with David Kaplan on Chicago Tribune Live.
Just three days after Comcast Sports Net studio analyst Todd Hollandsworth blasted Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez on The McNeil and Spiegel Show on 670 The Score, Cubs television analyst Bob Brenly took his turn firing shots on the show by going after Carlos Zambrano.
As the player’s union challenges the Cubs’ placement of Carlos Zambrano on the disqualified list, fans are wondering whether or not the team’s winningest pitcher over the last 10 years will ever pitch again for the Cubs.