Absolutely nothing is certain for the Chicago Cubs of 2012. They might trade Matt Garza this spring—or as late the trade deadline—or they might give him a long-term contract extension. They might, in a perfect world, scratch and claw their way over.500 and contend for the championship in what looks like a bad division. They might lose 100 games. Starlin Castro is the one seeming anchor of the rebuilding plan that the Cubs engaged at the outset of the offseason.
The MLB trade deadline looms ever closer, and yet, we're still seemingly far away from knowing where big names like Chicago Cubs' ace Matt Garza will end up. Part of it is posturing by clubs in order to get more value. Want the perf... Read Post
Recent rumors have the Chicago Cubs potentially looking at the San Diego Padres as potential trade partners for starting pitcher Matt Garza. If the Cubs have any intention of improving their pitching staff for the 2012 season and be... Read Post