Rather than going all-in, the White Sox go Rollins. Meanwhile, the Cubs add Manny Parra, and Cleveland gets Uribe.
The answer might be in the first sentence.
What the past says about the futures of three once-bright stars.
Baseball’s all-male environment makes clubhouse chemistry especially important. Does it also make it especially challenging.
It takes a lot to make a stew…
The guys talk Cubs Convention… and so much more.
The guys discuss the remaining holes in the Cubs roster and what they’d do if they won Power Ball.
This year’s Cubs aren’t just set to be fantastic. They should be unique, too.
Before we head to 2016, Brett and Sahadev take a look back at a fun 2015 for the Chicago Cubs.
Design thinking can help teams differentiate themselves in baseball’s post-information asymmetry world.
Forget whether they’re good or bad for teams. Why have players and teams suddenly agreed to so many of them?
After an all-Heyward pod, the guys talk the additions of Zobrist and Warren and the departure of Castro.
The Cubs have once again weakened their arch rival, and now they may just have the best roster in all of baseball.
Chicago signs the superutility superstar Ben Zobrist, and add swingman Adam Warren to the rotation or bullpen or both. Meanwhile, the Yankees fix second base with Starlin Castro.
The Cubs find their NLDS Game Three starter.