The Daily CCO: The Score is Expanding Cubs Pre- and Post-Game Shows and Other News and Rumors

It won’t be too much longer until Pat Hughes kicks off another season of Cubs’ baseball on the radio. His familiar welcome, ‘Cubs Baseball is on the Air’ will be heard for the first time on 670 The Score in just over a month. The Cubs first broadcast of the spring on The Score is […]

David Ross Talks Cubs on Inside the Clubhouse

David Ross joined Bruce Levine and Jordan Bernfield during Saturday’s Inside the Clubhouse (670 The Score). Ross shared his views on the importance of being a good teammate and what he’s learned over his many years in the big leagues. Ross recently exchanged texts with his former locker-mate Dexter Fowler. While Fowler would not tip […]

Jed Hoyer Talks Cubs on 670 The Score

Jed Hoyer jumped on 670 The Score last Friday morning before the Cubs Convention and talked about his team with Matt Spiegel and Jason Goff (Spiegel & Goff Show). The Cubs continue to have conversations with teams and would be willing to make another move or two this off-season if the front office thinks they […]

Day Two of 2016 Cubs Convention: Joe Maddon and the Coaching Staff

The third session on Day Two of the 2016 Cubs Convention was also hosted by Len Kasper and featured Joe Maddon and his coaching staff. The session started late, there was a problem with the elevators, and Joe Maddon didn’t arrive until the Cubs’ coaching staff had been introduced. Dave Martinez, Chris Bosio, Lester Strode, […]

The Daily CCO: ESPN Ranks Cubs Rotation Fourth Best in Baseball and Other News and Rumors

Buster Olney ranked the starting rotations in baseball. Olney based his list on information he gathered from evaluators around the game. To no surprise, the Mets ended up at the top of Olney’s list. And Chris Bosio’s guys checked in as the second best rotation in the NL Central and No. 4 in all of […]

Cubs Off-Season Scorecard

The Cubs have been incredibly busy this off-season, one of the most active teams in the game. With all of the changes over a two-plus month time span, it seemed like an appropriate time to post a recap of the roster moves the front office has made to this point as well as provide a […]

Cubs Building a Versatile Pitching Staff

The Cubs have placed an emphasis on versatility throughout the organization. The front office would like its players to have experience at multiple positions by the time they reach the big leagues. But the Cubs not only value position player versatility, the front office also sees the importance of pitchers having the flexibility to perform […]

Free Agent Profile: RHP Jeff Samardzija

With David Price signing with the Red Sox and Zack Greinke currently deciding between the Dodgers and the Giants, the Cubs will have to look elsewhere in free agency to obtain their next starting pitcher. One known to be high on the list of the front office, but very low for the team’s fans is […]

Cubs Face Tough Decision with Travis Wood

Wednesday is the deadline for teams to tender contracts to unsigned players under club control for next season. There are nine arbitration eligible players currently on the 40-man roster. The front office has not given any indications that a player will be non-tendered and become a free agent, and that includes LHP Travis Wood. Travis […]

The Daily CCO: Cubs Looking Beyond Free Agents for Relievers

According to a report from Comcast SportsNet, the Cubs are “looking to get creative” to fill their needs in the bullpen. The Cubs have been connected to Darren O’Day, the top free agent reliever on the market, but the front office has other areas they’ve prioritized that must be addressed with the available payroll. Theo […]