Chicago Cubs trades and free agent signings
Cubs acquire RHP Carlos Guzman from Tigers for Zach McKinstry
That’ll mean something for the Opening Day roster.
The Trey Mancini signing by the numbers
The Cubs added an intriguing 1B/OF option on a two-year deal
Cubs officially announce the signing of Tucker Barnhart
The team’s new catcher was added to the 40-man roster.
The Cubs officially announced the Drew Smyly signing
The lefthander will be a Cub for at least two more years.
Cubs claim Anthony Kay on waivers from Blue Jays
Another relief arm joins the ballclub.
The Cubs are bringing Drew Smyly back for 2023
The lefthander is reportedly re-signing with the North Siders.
The Cubs are signing Dansby Swanson for seven years and $177 million
Yes, it’s happening.
Cubs sign righthanded reliever Brad Boxberger
This could be another really good value relief signing
Cubs sign right-hander Jameson Taillon
The Cubs picked up a solid starter who fits nicely in the middle of the rotation.
Cubs acquire Miles Mastrobuoni from Rays for minor leaguer Alfredo Zárraga
It’s the first of what could be several moves Tuesday.
Cubs trade David Robertson to Phillies
It’s the Cubs’ first big-name trade of this year’s deadline.
Cubs trade Scott Effross to Yankees
This is a bit of a puzzler, given Effross' years of team control.
Cubs acquire Sean Newcomb from Braves for Jesse Chavez
A trade for a potential starter.
Cubs sign lefthander Daniel Norris
Here’s another rotation candidate, or possibly someone in the bullpen mix.
Cubs sign righthanded reliever David Robertson
He’s been a closer before... and could be again.
Cubs sign Japanese star Seiya Suzuki
And there it is, the Cubs make a big free agent splash.
Cubs sign righthanded reliever Chris Martin
He pitched for the World Series champion Braves in 2021.
Cubs sign righthanded reliever Jesse Chavez
He was really good for the team for two months in 2018.
Cubs sign Michael Hermosillo to one-year deal
The outfielder appeared in 16 games for the Cubs last season.
The @cubs Scouting Report on Ernie Banks, who was playing for the Monarchs. His mgr. was Buck O’Neil. Interesting that the previous Pro Experience, response was “No, has been with the Monarchs!” @fergieajenkins @MLB @Royals @Sut_ESPN @JPosnanski @MLB_PLAYERS @Buster_ESPN RT pic.twitter.com/iUEbKR16Zg— Bob Kendrick (@nlbmprez) November 23, 2020