Despite recently signing two free agent pitchers, Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer is still seeking additional arms as he prepares for next week's winter meetings.
''We're constantly on the lookout for more depth,'' the Cubs' second-year GM said Friday. ''If you think you have enough pitching, you're always wrong.''
The Cubs have filled out a full starting rotation with the free agent acquisitions Scott Feldman and Scott Baker. The potential lineup would also include returnees Matt Garza, Jeff Samardzija and Travis Wood.
But there's no certainty it will be the Opening Day rotation with Garza and Wood still recovering from elbow injuries and health issues for both Feldman and Baker.
The right-handed Feldman signed a reported one-year, $6 million deal this week after Texas declined an option. He missed the early part of last season recovering from a knee injury and went 6-11 with a 5.09 earned run average.
Baker, a 31-year-old right-hander, is coming off Tommy John surgery and did ...