It's been a whirlwind 24 hours for the Cubs organization.
On paper, it looks like the Cubs could have their starting outfield set for 2015. But that doesn't mean Theo Epstein's front office will stop looking for upgrades.
Jake Arrieta has become a billboard for The Cubs Way, symbolizing their trade-deadline arbitrage, pitching infrastructure and hopes that 2015 will be different.
Theo Epstein has already called his shot. The Cubs are going to overpay for a No. 1 starter.
It's easy to envision Neil Ramirez trotting out of the bullpen for a key eighth inning in mid-October.