PITTSBURGH – The Cubs have so many moving parts to their business/baseball plans for 2015 and beyond.
When the Cubs dealt Sean Marshall, one of the game's elite relievers, to the Reds in December 2011, Theo Epstein and the front office were all about turning short-term assets into long-term assets
With talk of the designated hitter coming to the National League, count the Cubs among those opposed to the idea.
When the Cubs first reported for spring training three months ago, there were six good options for the starting rotation. Somebody was going to get left out in the cold.
If Jeff Samardzija wants to get paid like a No. 1 starter, he should win games like this.