At the 2011 winter meetings in Dallas, agent Scott Boras used a classic supermarket analogy while talking up his clients and the cash-strapped Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets.
Yes, the Cubs feel better about their pitching and think that depth will help avoid another 101-loss season. But this is still a last-place team.
PHILADELPHIA – The war on steroids isn’t being directed only by Bud Selig’s concerns about his legacy or pressure from Congress.
A change of scenery might be the best thing for the Cubs right now. It couldn’t hurt after the disastrous stretch of games they just completed at Wrigley Field.
The Cubs dream about the day when they are buyers, not sellers, feeling the energy when a new player walks into the room instead of watching teammates pack their bags and say goodbye.