It's difficult to nail the MLB draft, but these front offices got it spot on.
Surprisingly competitive in 2021, the Chicago Cubs have options at the deadline.
With almost a month of the season played, let's take an early look at the 2021 MLB trade deadline.
There are MVPs and Hall of Famers, but who's the best first baseman in 2021?
You can probably guess who's number one.
It’s tough to succeed in baseball nowadays without being rock solid at the catcher position.
The Cubs are signing free agent outfielder Joc Pederson to a one-year deal.
The Washington Nationals have signed outfielder Kyle Schwarber on a one-year deal.
Just 24 hours after making a trade to acquire Rays ace Blake Snell, the San Diego Padres made another massive move toward their increasingly evident goal of a World Series, trading for Yu Darvish of the Chicago Cubs, alongside his personal catcher Victor Caratini. In return, Chicago got RHP Zach Davies and four young prospects.
Cutting payroll for 2021, Kris Bryant trade rumours are surfacing once again. The All-Star third baseman is a free agent at the end of next season, and the Chicago Cubs could look to swing a deal this offseason.
The Chicago Cubs continue to plead poverty. Kris Bryant, despite rumours to the contrary, was tendered a contract, though Kyle Schwarber was not.
A resurgent Ian Happ has been a key factor in the Cubs’ unexpected dominance in the first half of this shortened season.
It's the turn of the Chicago Cubs as we preview the 2020 MLB season...
Nicholas Castellanos completed an impressive turnaround to his 2019 campaign after he was traded from the Detroit Tigers to the Chicago Cubs. Now, after being said to have improved his defensive skill set, he could be a vital part of a not so deep free agent outfield group.
Chicago Cubs have been linked with a trade for Whit Merrifield to join Javier Baez in the middle of their infield. Despite a reluctance to spend big, free agency and Jonathan Schoop might provide a better solution to their second base issue.