Peavy is clearly frustrated with how his career with the White Sox has gone, admitting that he came to the White Sox injured and has pretty much had something hurting ever since.
Prince Fielder will start making the big bucks right away with the Detroit Tigers.
Prince Fielder is among the best left-handed hitters in baseball, and Cubs fans are excited today because of Tuesday’s news of the Detroit Tigers signing the All-Star first baseman out of the National League Central.
The Tigers weren’t content with just winning the AL Central in 2011. No, they needed more.
Fielder has agreed to a nine-year, $214 million deal with Detroit, who weren’t considered one of the favorites to land the ex-Brewers slugger.
Not only are the Cubs not players for Prince Fielder, but Theo Epstein plans to completely rebuild, according to a report.
One MLB expert thinks the Cubs appear to be one of the favorite teams to land free-agent slugger Prince Fielder.
Now that the Albert Pujols domino has fallen, it’s only a matter of time before Prince Fielder’s goes, too.
The Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to terms with free agent third baseman Aramis Ramirez, his agent tells The Associated Press.
Albert Pujols is the most feared hitter in baseball and was arguably the biggest free agent to hit the open market since Alex Rodriguez left Seattle for Texas back in 2001.
A report this morning out of the St. Louis Post Dispatch said that the Cubs have made a qualifying offer to Albert Pujols. The Cubs themselves had “no comment” on the report, but let’s look at this realistically.
When it comes to the Cubs, I’m more in favor of Theo & Co. rolling the dice on Prince Fielder and offering the 27-year-old portly powerhouse a long-term contract. As long as it’s, you know, not too long.
Though signing Prince Fielder or Albert Pujols may seem counter productive to the plan laid out by new Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein, one MLB expert said it makes sense.
The Cubs are making efforts to sign either Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder,
A look at the top five free agents in baseball and where they might land.
This will be a Cubs team run like you’ve never seen one run before.
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.
David Freese hit a three-run homer in the first and manager Tony La Russa turned again to his brilliant bullpen for seven sturdy innings as St. Louis captured its 18th pennant with a 12-6 victory over the bumbling Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday night.
In order to help Epstein not just ease his way into Chicago but to also announce his arrival to the National League, I have a trio of Theocratic Rules I suggest he follow this offseason.
The barbs already were flying. Come Sunday, the Milwaukee Brewers bashed the St. Louis Cardinals with their bats.