Jake Arrieta developed into a frontline starter in 2014, finally putting it all together and silencing the doubters.
PHOENIX – All along, the Cubs have said they plan to add a No. 1 starter, either this winter or next offseason, preparing to make a nine-figure investment.
Theo Epstein has already called his shot. The Cubs are going to overpay for a No. 1 starter.
Will Jon Lester be this year’s Anibal Sanchez or Masahiro Tanaka 2.0?
Jeff Samardzija will be one of the most talked-about players at next week’s winter meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.