In his last 1.1 innings pitched, Carlos Marmol has given up three hits, five walks and seven earned runs on his way to blowing to saves. And as the trading deadline approaches, he recent struggles may not have much of an impact on his trade value.
At this point in the season, it’s pretty clear that the Chicago Cubs aren’t going to be competing the NL Central. But, in preparing to compete in the division over the next few season, the team needs to evaluate which players can be traded for prospects.
After being traded by the Blackhawks during last month’s NHL Draft, forward Troy Brouwer signed a two-year contract with the Capitals on Wednesday.
Could White Sox outfielder Carlos Quentin be headed to the Atlanta Braves? Speculation says it’s possible.
San Jose and Minnesota made their second major deal of the offseason with the Sharks sending forward Dany Heatley to the Wild on Sunday for forward Martin Havlat.
On Wednesday, Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry went on record saying that despite the team having one of the worst records in baseball, there wouldn’t be a “fire sale.”
The Chicago Blackhawks made headlines during the NHL Entry Draft on Friday night, but not for players that they added to the roster.
Despite playing better as of late, it’s unlikely that the Chicago Cubs will be able to compete for a playoff spot. As the team soon shifts its focus to improving for the future, Carlos Pena might hear his named mentioned in potential trades.
The Blackhawks pulled off two major trades–involving defenseman Brian Campbell and winger Troy Brouwer–in a night of dealing during the NHL draft.
Adam Dunn looks awful. Alfonso Soriano feels awful for him. And then there are White Sox and Cubs fans.
Bulls General Manager Gar Forman all but said not to expect the Bulls to make any deals during the NBA Draft on Thursday night.
Carlos Zambrano has been the center of several Cubs storylines this season, unfortunately they haven’t been because of stellar pitching performacnes.
While the Chicago Bulls fell a few wins short of reaching the NBA Finals for the first time since the 1997-98 season, they were really only one player away from beating the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals.
The Chicago Cubs’ season continues to drag on, it becomes more and more apparent that the club won’t contend for the division title this season, and needs some serious help if it wants to contend in the next few years.
As good as Carlos Zambrano has been for the Chicago Cubs over his 10-year career (3.52 ERA, 121-76 record and 1,497 strikeouts), his frequent outbursts may be pushing the Cubs to try and trade the big right-hander.
The Chicago Bulls made it clear that they’re going to be one of the elite teams in the NBA for the foreseeable future. But if Chicago wants to take the next step, and get to the NBA Finals, they’re going need to add some pieces in the offseason.
The Chicago White Sox’s “All In” approach to the 2011 season hasn’t gone as planned. At 27-31, and third in the AL Central, the team will have some difficult decisions to make as the trade deadline nears.
With each of the past few seasons, Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Carlos Zambrano has heard his name be mentioned as one that the Cubs might think about trading.
After the Chicago Bulls lost to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals on Thursday night, the consensus seems to be that if they had one more perimeter scorer, that they could have enough firepower to knock off the Heat.
Late in the first round of the NFL Draft, it appeared as if the Ravens had made a mistake in not selecting a player with their 26th overall pick. But it would later come out that it was the Bears who made the mistake.