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Cub Tracks Goes Shopping

Teams across baseball are getting their shopping lists together. By purchase (free agency) or trade, everyone is looking to improve their club. What positions have caught the Cubs' eyes? The team is going to have to go shopping, at least until the stars of the AFL arrive.

When will Jorge high five in Chicago?
When will Jorge high five in Chicago?
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The links are a little light today as many of the topics have already ended up on the front page. Such is the life of an aggregator.

From Comcast SportsNet

From Cubs Den

  • The Cubs' offseason shopping list likely includes a catcher, outfielder, starting pitcher, and closer. They also expect to field a lot of trade calls.
  • Cub Notes: Jeff Samardzija, Masahiro Tanaka, Bill Mueller, base coaches, and player movement rumors!


  • I don't really like to recap individual games from the Arizona Fall League, but this one should just make you smile.
  • Speaking of the AFL, infielder Wes Darvill is enjoying his time there while flying under the radar.
  • GM Jed Hoyer is happy with the team's depth at third base and is turning his eyes to pitching help.


From the Chicago Tribune
  • The team could get a nice tax break for the renovation work at Wrigley Field, if it ever starts.

From the Daily Herald

Today's food for thought