1. MLB Winter Meetings: Chicago Cubs and the Jake Peavy Discussions

    Thursday is the final day of the Winter Meetings and Kevin Towers told the San Diego Union-Tribune that he "should know Thursday whether the much-discussed terms are finally set" in the Jake Peavy discussions...

    Mike Hulmes Written by Mike Hulmes about over 5 years ago 90 reads 2 comments

  2. Wednesday Winter Meetings Rumormongering And Factchecking

    from Bleed Cubbie Blue by Al It's midweek at the Winter Meetings and as of yet, the Cubs have made no deals...

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  3. Chicago Cubs May Be Closing in on Switch-Hitter Milton Bradley

    Winter Meetings 2008: Cubs Waiting to Pull the Trigger? from Chicago Cubs Online by Neil Are there any truths buried in all of the rumors coming from the Bellagio in Las Vegas? ...

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  4. Carlos Zambrano Is the Focus of Some Wild Rumors from Baseball Prospectus

    Winter Meetings 2008: Day Two....More Wheelin' with No Dealin' from Chicago Cubs Online by Neil Day two in Las Vegas saw the first of the big name free agents sign a new deal...

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  5. For The Record: Homeruns Allowed

    From Baseball AlmanacThe"modern" (since 1900) National League record for home runs allowed in a game is six and it has been allowed three times by three different pitchers: ...

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  6. Chicago Cub Ted Lilly Halts Arizona Diamondbacks' Freight Train

    Ted Lilly started off a little unbalanced in the first inning, as Arizona's Chris Young gave Cub fans an '07 playoff flashback by smashing a first-inning homer, giving Arizona the early lead...

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  7. Cubs Better Team With Alfonso Soriano On The Bench

    The beginning of the 2008 season started off shaky for the Cubs but, as a fan, of course, I still had hope that they would dust themselves off and turn it around...

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  8. Chicago Cubs Baseball: Soriano Ends Slump; De Rosa Takes Over

    I noticed that Alphonso Soriano started making the sign of the cross before his last at bat and "boom," he starts to make contact...

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