Found November 14, 2011 on ESPN:
PLAYERS: Aramis Ramirez
TEAMS: Chicago Cubs
Aramis Ramirez won't be back with the Cubs, according to his agent.

Cubs P Zambrano will have to 'earn his way back'

Chicago Cubs president of operations Theo Epstein is not ready to welcome back righthander Carlos Zambrano with open arms. Epstein, after having lunch with the combustible Zambrano and his agent Monday, said the veteran will "have the right to earn his way back to being a Cub." Zambrano was placed on the disqualified list on Aug. 13 after he cleaned out his locker and...

Cubs have eyes on pair of Cuban defectors

MILWAUKEE — The Cubs are one of numerous teams with top scouts in the Dominican Republic this week to look at power-hitting Cuban defector Yoennis Cespedes. But the Cuban defector the Cubs are targeting with greater interest, according to sources, is another athletic, hard-hitting outfielder — a seven-years-younger version of the flavor-of-the-month...

Bringing a South Side Hero to the North Side

For the next few years, the Cubs are going to have to look outside of the organization for big league starting pitching help. But they also need to spend money wisely. It just so happens that the starting pitcher on the free agent market who is closest to a sure thing is the pitcher who has been... To read the rest of the post, be sure to visit us at

Cubs' GM Hoyer high on Wood coming back

GM Jed Hoyer spoke glowingly of Chicago Cubs icon Kerry Wood

Cubs name Rehman assistant to the GM

MILWAUKEE -- The Boston pipeline connection was turned on again Monday with the hiring of Shiraz Rehman as the Chicago Cubs' assistant to the general manager.

Cubs interview Hale, bringing candidates to five

The Cubs added another name to their list of managerial candidates Monday, as general manager Jed Hoyer interviewed Red Sox coach and Chicago native DeMarlo Hale for the vacancy.

New Cubs GM says a lot, reveals a little

Hoyer diplomatically avoids tipping hand on multiple topicsThe Cubs and Red Sox will interview Dale Sveum separately in person for a second time before these meetings end later this week, although Jed Hoyer refused to label it as such.

No BoSox-Cubs agreement on hiring managers

The Cubs and Red Sox have no agreement about who gets to hire a manager first.

Cubs to interview Dale Sveum second time

The Cubs appear to be in the final stage of their managerial hire. Milwaukee Brewers hitting coach Dale Sveum, one of four candidates who interviewed over the past four weeks, was scheduled to meet with team officials Tuesday for a second interview, according to a source close to Sveum.

MLB is Going to Get a Deal Done On Time

On this Wednesday morning, as we look forward to Chet's Corner, we look at some of the stories in the world of the Cubs and MLB, including the news on the impending labor agreement for MLB. To read the rest of the post, be sure to visit us at
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