Cub Tracks

Cub Tracks Bowls Into 2014

I spent New Year's Day on the couch watching college football and collecting Cub Tracks for you. Tanaka Watch continues, but we're also looking at other starting pitching options, stacking up the Central, and what Anthony Rizzo is building on.

Cub Tracks Bids 2013 Adieu

As Al's column noted, 2013 wasn't all bad. But I think most of us will happily hit the reset button and start over tomorrow. So let's begin that looking ahead process with the very last Cub Tracks of 2013!

Cub Tracks Winds Down

Mercifully, 2013 is almost over. In today's Cub Tracks, we look ahead to 2015, contemplate Tanaka, and take a look at the clouds.

Cub Tracks Decides What To Return

For many folks, today is a popular day to head back to the stores to return a gift you may not have wanted. While fans wish they could return the last several seasons for store credit, the Cubs are hoping to give fans a gift worth cherishing soon.

Cub Tracks Waits For The Gift Of Links

No surprise: there's not much news in the Cubs' world. But some writers are still finding unique angles to give you something to click on Christmas Eve.

Cub Tracks Pitches A Fit

All eyes are on pitchers right now. How well do you think the Cubs' arms fit in? Otherwise, maybe you're looking into Starlin Castro's legal proceedings or trying to figure out why round electrons are problematic.

Cub Tracks Says "Yes Way, Jose"

Welcome aboard to Jose Veras. Your signing is proof that the current front office is "damned if they do, damned if they don't." Meaning: Cub fans are finding reasons to grumble about, well, everything.

Cub Tracks Is Frozen Out

The writers must have been snowed in. I figured things would be bleak, but there's really not much to talk about, beyond speculating about Masahiro Tanaka.

Cub Tracks Has A Full Sunday

Sundays tend to run a little light, but wrapping up the Winter Meetings has everyone in a writing mood. A lot of the moves were minor, but they will still play an important role on the Cubs' 2014 season.

Cub Tracks Counts On Castro

Starlin is getting in great shape and the Cubs are counting on a comeback from their young shortstop. Jed Hoyer works to fix a regret, Rick Renteria wants to be clear, and Cub Tracks soars with eagles.

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