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The Chicago Cubs added veteran left-handed reliever Trever Miller to their eclectic pitching mix Monday, signing him to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training.
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When Paul Maholm signed with the Cubs as a free agent for one year and $4.75 million last week, many Pittsburgh fans wondered why the Pirates didn't step up to keep maybe the most consistent starting pitcher they've had in the past decade.
Lefthander Trever Miller, who pitched at the end of last season for the Boston Red Sox, has signed a minor league contract with the Cubs with an invitation to spring training. Miller, 38, pitched for the St. Louis Cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays and Red Sox last season. Miller has pitched for eight major...
Former Rockies closer Manny Corpas and top prospect Brett Jackson headlined a list of 21 non-roster players invited by the Cubs on Monday to participate in Major League Spring Training camp.
Starlin Castro's lineup slot, the Opening Day starter and Wrigley Field ground rules are touched on as beat reporter Carrie Muskat digs into the latest Cubs Inbox.
The New York Yankees hired former Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry has a special assignment scout under general manager Brian Cashman on Tuesday.
Hendry worked 17 years in the Cubs organization, wearing a variety of hats - ranging from general manager from 2002-11 to farm director. He was fired as general manager in August by Chicago chairman Tom Ricketts.
Yankees announce a variety of front-office moves
Former Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry has been hired by the New York Yankees as a special assignment scout. Hendry spent 17 seasons with the Cubs and was GM from July 2002 until he was fired on Aug. 18, unable to help the team win the World Series for the first time since 1908. New York also promoted Steve Donahue to head athletic trainer on Tuesday.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Former Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry has been hired by the New York Yankees as a special assignment scout.