The Cubs may have given Jason Heyward the largest contract in franchise history, but they're just hoping for the 26-year-old outfielder to be himself and not try to do too much.
John Lackey has seen it all and the veteran pitcher plans to help change the mindset in the Cubs clubhouse and keep the team focused on their goal of winning it all.
The Cubs released their 2016 TV broadcast schedule Thursday, featuring 86 games on Comcast SportsNet.
4yAccording to a report, the Angels will sign Albert Pujols to a 10-year deal worth between 250 and 260 million. Los Angeles is also reportedly close to signing C.J. Wilson to a deal.
4yDALLAS Theo Epstein has the luxury of a five-year contract, a mandate from ownership to build from within, all without having to worry about getting headlines or selling tickets. Epstein has moments of anxiety after he signs a free agent. Almost by definition, he knows he...
4yThe new Cubs front office has stressed the need for "run prevention," but that hasn't stopped Theo and Jed from listening to offers on their best pitcher.
4yPeople think it may be in Carlos Zambrano's best interest to have a fresh start on a new team in 2012. If the Cubs are willing to trade Zambrano, Ozzie Guillen would welcome him to Miami with open arms.
4yTuesday was a crazy day with it being the first day of the MLB Winter Meetings, and with the craziness came plenty of Cubs news. We aggregated all of the content into one convenient article.
4yThe Cubs have not turned their backs on Carlos Zambrano just yet, but is that because they are trying to build up his value for trades or because they're desperate for innings?
4yAlbert Pujols and Prince Fielder are dominating all the attention down in Dallas and while the Cubs have been sort of linked to both guys, they probably will stay out of the whole thing.
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