Any truth to the report that Theo Epstein asked Bryce Harper and agent Scott Boras to wait and consult with the Cubs before signing a contract with another team? Beat reporter Jordan Bastian answers this question and more in the first Cubs Inbox of 2019.
Jim Callis, Jonathan Mayo and Mike Rosenbaum identify MLB’s fastest prospects — the best base-stealers and top defenders — in each organization.
In the spirit of optimism that the New Year brings, today at the Thirty, we give each MLB team one resolution for 2019.
Rizzos cap wedding weekend with elegant photo
There are still several weeks remaining before Spring Training begins and the Cubs have been quiet to date this offseason. There are still objectives to tackle and plans to formulate in preparation for the spring ahead and season to follow.
Great defensive plays can leave us awe-inspired and wanting more. As we look back on the 2018 season with the help of each MLB.com beat writer, here is each club’s top defensive play of the year.
As we look back at 2018 during the final days of the year, we thought it might be fun and instructive to look back at the 10 players who, at this time last year, few but the most die-hard of baseball fans knew the names of … and now are a part of our baseball history forever. All it takes is one year to etch their names in our minds forever.
It’s Christmas! We want to get your team presents. Thus, today, we look at giving a Christmas gift for all 30 teams, a player who fits something the team needs and is realistically available during this Hot Stove season.
When we look back at the 2018 season, we see countless memorable moments from an exciting MLB campaign. But each club had one signature victory, in many cases embodying its season. With the help of each MLB.com beat writer, here is each club’s best win…
As the Cubs’ new pitching coach, Tommy Hottovy is busy mapping out plans and strategies in preparation for the 2019 season. He is also prepping for a busy holiday season with his wife, two kids and the host of family making its way to Chicago for Chris…