Jason McLeod

4m

PITTSBURGH – Theo Epstein could be in position to reset the market for baseball executives as the Cubs potentially turn into a monster franchise.

5m

The Cubs think Carl Edwards Jr. could become a weapon out of their bullpen and contribute to a playoff contender in September.

6m

The Cubs don’t have the same win-now window as the Kansas City Royals, or the high-end pitching prospect the Oakland A’s wanted for essentially two months of Ben Zobrist, an ideal fill-in-the-blan

8m

In one year, the perception of Kyle Schwarber has changed so much that he’s gone from a reach at the No. 4 overall pick to someone who might help the Cubs as soon as this season.

8m

WASHINGTON – Jason McLeod likes to call the draft his Super Bowl, but the Cubs executive who oversees scouting and player development thinks this could be the last time he picks this high for a lo

Pages