Found December 01, 2011 on MSNBC:
PLAYERS: Tony DeMarco
TEAMS: Chicago Cubs
DeMarco: A handful of teams are primed for action at the winter meetings, led by the Chicago Cubs.

Morning News: Tyler Colvin’s In the Picture, DeJesus is a Lucky Man, and Reinsdorf isn’t cheap

This morning we look at three top stories: Is Tyler Colvin still in the picture for a Cubs OF spot? Is Jerry Reisndorf willing to splurge? What makes David DeJesus such a lucky man? Read on to find out about all three. Plus a look at a picture that may cause you to mess your pants followed by... To read the rest of the post, be sure to visit us at

Impact: DeJesus Signs with the Cubs

The Cubs signed outfielder David DeJesus to a two-year deal. Here’s how the move could affect your fantasy team in 2012…   Here’s what I wrote about DeJesus in my free agent primer for The Outside Corner:   2011 was a tough season for DeJesus. He put up career lows in AVG and OBP, but some of his struggles can be explained by a thumb injury for which he needed surgery...

Greg Maddux: The New Dwight Schrute In Texas

Greg Maddux left the Chicago Cubs front office to become Special Assistant to the General Manager. He’s not Assistant General Manager, or Special Assistant General Manager, he’s Special Assistant TO the Regional General Manager. I would pay a lot of money to have one of Greg’s new business cards. This gives Greg Maddux and Dwight Schrute (Assistant to the Regional Manager...

Chris Bosio says he is Cubs' new pitching coach

Chris Bosio says he is leaving the Milwaukee Brewers' organization to become the Chicago Cubs' pitching coach. Bosio tells the Appleton (Wis.) Post-Crescent he is going to work for longtime friend and new Cubs manager Dale Sveum. Bosio says he is excited and they're "going to be prepared, are going to have intensity and a lot of enthusiasm.'' The Cubs declined...

Chicago Cubs Sign David DeJesus for Two Years, Slowly Getting their Crap Together

David DeJesus, who we've referred to as David DeLicious on more than one occasion, has reached an agreement with the Chicago Cubs on a $10 million, two-year contract which includes a 2014 club option. The 31-year-old free agent outfielder has compiled a .284 career batting average over nine big league seasons between the Kansas City Royals and Oakland Athletics, but we like...

Cubs sign outfielder DeJesus to two-year pact

The Chicago Cubs have made their first free-agent splash under new management, signing outfielder David DeJesus to a two-year deal worth $10 million with a team option for 2014.DeJesus spent last season with the Oakland Athletics, batting a career-worst .240 with 10 home runs and 46 RBIs in 442 at-bats.The 31-year-old will likely be the frontrunner for the starting right-field job...

Theo Epstein Gets to Work With Cubs, Signs David DeJesus to Two-Year Deal

Theo Epstein got his manager a couple of weeks back, and now he's wading into the free-agent pool, making his first splash as Cubs president. The Cubs inked outfielder David DeJesus to a two-year deal on Wednesday, marking the first player-related move in Epstein's and new general manager Jed Hoyer's reign on the North Side of Chicago. The 31-year-old outfielder represents...

Trading Garza not on Epstein's mind

Matt Garza’s name has surfaced in trade rumors recently because he’s one of the few bargaining chips the Cubs have in trying to resuscitate an otherwise lifeless team.

Cubs reach deal with DeJesus

The Chicago Cubs have signed outfielder David DeJesus to a two-year deal with a club option for the 2014 season. Although financial terms were not released, the pact is believed to be worth $10 million.

Cubs sign OF DeJesus to 2-year free-agent deal

The Chicago Cubs have signed outfielder David DeJesus to a free-agent contract.

Cubs make DeJesus first move of Epstein era

The Cubs signed free agent outfielder David DeJesus to a two-year, $10 million deal with an option for 2014, making him the first move of the Theo Epstein-Jed Hoyer era.
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