The Cubs got their Wrigley Field photo op when Starlin Castro handed a No. 2 scoreboard panel to Derek Jeter.
"Stability" is not a word often thrown around with the job description for a big-league manager. Especially when it involves the New York Yankees.
The Cubs offense has come under a lot of fire early this season, namely for their lack
Maybe it would have been different if the Cubs weren’t a last-place team, breaking in a first-year manager and expecting to trade their Opening Day starter.
One night at the winter meetings, in the lobby of a Walt Disney World resort, a team official described Jeff Samardzija’s camp and Theo Epstein’s front office playing a game of chicken.