Rick Renteria’s lineup has a few intriguing bats, but you’ll probably have to look elsewhere for pitching.
The no. 2 system in the game.
Running through the notable quotes from the week that was.
The Orioles sign Grant Balfour, the Cubs bring in Jose Veras, and the Yankees add two more over-35 players.
The White Sox bring back Paul Konerko, the Yankees add Kelly Johnson, and Wesley Wright doesn’t take long to find a new club.
The Twins sign Ricky Nolasco, the Cubs trade for George Kottaras, the Reds re-sign Manny Parra, and more.
The Rangers lock up Martin Perez, the Cubs hire a manager, and Brayan Pena finds a job.
A look at what the Cardinals could do to stay on top, and what their division rivals could do to catch them.
Ben and Sam talk to former big leaguer Adrian Cardenas about why he decided to walk away from baseball shortly after making his MLB debut.
Ben and Sam discuss Cubs prospects and (at the end of the episode) Joe Girardi’s managerial decision, then talk about the Pirates’ loss and answer some listener emails.
The Padres extend Venable, Bard gets a fresh start, Aaron Harang latches on, and Mauro Gomez faces a crossroads.
Ben and Sam discuss whether several extensions would still be signed today, then talk about the Cubs’ decision to exceed their international spending allowance.
The Yankees add an old player who’s healthy and can hit, while the Cubs continue to remodel their roster.
A look back at how far the Cubs organization has come.
Matt Garza is finally traded, and the Cubs load up.
Ben and Sam try to figure out why more pitchers’ careers don’t look like Derek Lowe’s, then talk about the latest Matt Garza trade rumors.