Jeff Samardzija


This is Theo Epstein’s fifth year running baseball operations at Wrigley Field, and the Cubs still haven’t really given up a significant long-term asset while constructing a playoff contender.


Kris Bryant and Kyle Schwarber’s fast track to stardom has forced even those inside the Cubs organization to reset expectations for prospects like Albert Almora and remember what a normal path to


In a move that should not shock anyone, the Cubs are the favorites to win the 2016 World Series by


It was a rough 2015 campaign for Jeff Samardzija, but the former White Sox starting pitcher still cashed in on a five-year, $90 million deal with the San Francisco Giants.


Can the Cubs accomplish what they need to do on the pitching side and still have enough money leftover to make a significant multiyear commitment to a position player?