Feb 10, 18, 04:17 PM #1
Yu Darvish to the Cubs6 year, 126$MIL. Value can reportedly reach 150$MIL
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Feb 10, 18, 06:23 PM #2Way less than what he was predicted to get. A slow FA market allowed the Cubs to make this move. It’s the 7th pitcher for the Cubs this offseason I believe.
Chatwood was great away from Coors and he induces a lot of ground balls which plays into the Cubs strengths.
That’s a nice rotation.
Feb 10, 18, 06:24 PM #3I think we’ll see a lot of the remaining free agent arms start to sign now. Darvish set the market price. Wonder what Arrietta will get?
Feb 10, 18, 06:39 PM #46 years for a 31 year old who has been a .500 pitcher the last two seasons after missing all of 2015 for TJ surgery.
Feb 10, 18, 09:13 PM #5
He was projected to get $26-28 Million a season. So getting him for $30-48 million less over the course of the contract is a bargain. It’s a good fit.
Feb 21, 18, 04:53 PM #6and he's already doing the talking, telling his former coach, Don Mattingly, that he will put the Dodgers out of the playoffs.
Feb 28, 18, 06:41 PM #7
Feb 28, 18, 07:42 PM #8Cubs rotation is looking nasty, on paper at least.
Chatwood has been really good away from Coors and probably underrated. Schwarber looks like a speedy center fielder with his new physique. I’m really excited about this season.
Feb 28, 18, 09:17 PM #9
Mar 1, 18, 01:56 AM #10
Do you watch much baseball?
Mar 1, 18, 08:07 AM #11
The only time we’ve really spoken baseball is when we debated the Jason Heyward signing. I would imagine even Cubs fans don’t love it today.
Last edited by John Anthony; Mar 1, 18 at 08:36 AM.
Mar 1, 18, 10:11 AM #12
Heyward is a great team leader. His contract is the only “bad” one we have at this point. I’m hoping the addition of Chili Davis can get him back to his pre-Cub offensive self.
Mar 1, 18, 11:13 AM #13
Mar 5, 18, 09:13 AM #14
Win 12-14 games and throw 170-180 innings. I think he can still do that.
Mar 5, 18, 06:34 PM #15