With two weeks of the MLB season in the books, we're starting to see some movement from teams we didn't expect to succeed and others we did.
It's hard not to have a knee-jerk reaction after the first week of MLB action, but consider this: We're only 1/26th of the way through the season.
The Cubs have signed James Russell to a minor-league deal, getting some insurance for their bullpen after the Atlanta Braves released the left-handed reliever.
What a wacky offseason. Between the Padres' complete overhaul, the A's shaking up almost their entire team and the Red Sox making a run at going from last to first again.
MESA, Ariz. — Jeff Samardzija sized up his old team with another classic one-liner: “I think we’re seeing a little feast or famine out of the Cubbies this year.”