Insider’s Inbox Answers Your Questions About the Pitching Staff, Proper Attire, and the Birds and Bees
As Cubs Insider’s popularity continues to bloom, it’s becoming harder and harder for me to go out in public without…Read More »
Dexter Fowler’s Defensive Woes Are (Probably) Overblown
Baseball’s (publicly available) defensive metrics are bad. I mean, there’s really no way around this conclusion – they do not…Read More »
On the Concept of “Overpaying” in Free Agency
You heard them when the Blue Jays gave Russell Martin 5 years/$82M and when the Nationals gave Jayson Werth 7/$126M.…Read More »
What Might Miguel Montero Fetch in a Trade?
In the wake of Russell Martin signing with the Blue Jays last week, it was reported that the Cubs (among…Read More »
The Case for Signing a Stud Reliever
While the talk has long attached the Cubs and Jon Lester to one another, a increasing number of rumors have connected the…Read More »
Why Trade for an Ace?
If you missed last night’s twitter debacle, in which Cubs Insider’s Fearless Leader made up a bunch of lies and…Read More »
Grading the 2014 Chicago Cubs: Neil Ramirez
Bullpens are built from the ashes of failed starting pitching prospects, and “Neil Ramirez, Starting Pitcher” never did quite work…Read More »
Cubs Offseason Questions: Will The Kids Make an Impact in 2015?
First, a big thank you to @FuriousJeff and @Bo_Tron for their help gathering data for this piece! If you’re interested…Read More »
Grading the 2014 Cubs – Starlin Castro
Were any of us really all that worried that Starlin Castro wouldn’t return to form? Well, yes, I feel like we…Read More »
I Am Concerned About the Cubs Strikeouts
Before you read my post, I suggest you read AJ’s post from yesterday about the Cubs’ strikeout problem. In general,…Read More »