After ending their 108-year World Series drought last year, Kris Bryant and the Cubs hope to make it two championships in a row.
"Sleepers" in today's fantasy baseball landscape is a buzzword. With considerable research possible at our fingertips, and so many people doing outstanding work in the fantasy baseball world, sleepers don’t remain “sleepers” for long. Two of the many fantasy darlings of this offseason are Javy Baez and Joc Pederson. Of
The Cubs finally broke the 108 year curse and came back from a 3-1 deficit to the Cleveland Indians to win the 2016 World Series! What can we expect from the defending champions in 2017? How will the losses of key players affect the clubhouse atmosphere? Will the new additions be enough to propel the Cubs back to the postseason?
After winning it all with the Chicago Cubs in 2016, Chris Coghlan entered the free agent market with little interest and a big question of where he would end up.
According to Jon Heyman, an insider of MLB Network, the Cubs and Royals have officially agreed to a deal that would send Wade Davis to the Cubs and Jorge Soler to the Royals.
Wade Davis will be closing games for the Cubs in 2017, pushing Hector Rondon further back in
The Texas Rangers signed right-handed pitcher Andrew Cashner to a one-year, $10 million deal on Friday November 18th. Coming off of his worst season as a pro, Cashner looks to get his once promising career back on track with the defending American League West champs. The 30-year-old starter figures to
I was on ESPN 1350 in Des Moines discussing the Chicago Cubs' postseason awards chances on "Cubs Alumni Chat" this week. Now that the awards have been handed out, let's compare how I did, shall we?
The Angels Mike Trout is your 2016 American League MVP. The award is Trout’s second. Trout had another brilliant year at the plate, hitting .315 while leading the league with a .441 OBP. He smashed 29 homeruns and stole 30 bases, leaving him 1 homerun short of being the
It was the sixth round of the 2007 MLB Draft. Like thousands of other prospects young first baseman Anthony Rizzo was waiting for his name to be called. Then it came, with their sixth round pick, the Boston Red Sox selected the kid out of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Chicago hero and Cubs GM Theo Epstein inked RF Jason Heyward to an eight-year, $184MM deal this past offseason (average annual value $23MM). At the time this seemed to many like a fantastic signing. The Cubs got a twenty-six year old outfielder with a fantastic glove and a great bat