CTL: Was the Edwin Jackson deal good for Cubs?
ICM as a solid guy and I think that's like some trade Garza. Maybe a year from now -- some trade Carlos go on the way about. And you still need bodies so you know I think you know it's a lot of money but that is the going rate for veteran pitcher now. I think they're overpaid but I I think that yes that's the going rate for pitcher like that. I mean they give him too many years I don't think you're in the position right now to -- other teams where the word the same number -- and I don't think that he makes you much better next year. And I think it in a good rotation he's probably a four so to sign him right now when you're still probably two or three years away from competing. Not really sure about how he's really going to impact your team minute did you. -- got next winner and signed four guys that went right back and now he's better than Jason Jamar right. Just know your mom or Jason Burke said yeah there you go via -- -- you had a what did you think of a miracle I liked him at the time they had to get him because he was bettors more dependable than it. Daniel Hudson on down the road Daniel Hudson might be better but. I like get one. He was solid deal it solid deal would -- he'll take the volley he hasn't been hurt so you know you're getting. This is gonna be his eighth team I think it's amazing the guy's not walking scar tissue after all the trades he's gone through his father was in the military says used to moving very. He got to the big leagues at age nineteen this was a guy with you know high end talent can't you know coming -- high school -- Randy Johnson -- -- -- -- debut.
The CTL panel discusses whether or not the Cubs made the right decision signing Edwin Jackson to a four-year deal - 12/24