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Since being drafted third overall in the 2007 draft, few prospects have developed in more disappointing fashion than Chicago Cubs third base prospect Josh Vitters. Once considered an elite player with baseball skills including 70 power and hit tools, Vitters has stumbled to a .277/.319/.439 tripl...
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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...
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...
Chicago Cubs outfielder David DeJesus had no problem signing with a team in transition, after spending the last nine years playing on similar teams.
Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish has yet to be posted, but Cubs right-hander Matt Garza is on the block.
You can be sure the Yankees will kick the tires on Garza next week at the Winter Meetings in Dallas.
This is the offseason of pitching, pitching and more pitching for the...
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.
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.
Jamie Quirk, who has spent the last two seasons as Astros bullpen coach, said Tuesday he's leaving the team to become bench coach for the Chicago Cubs under new manager Dale Sveum.
So now it's starting to get interesting. The Cubs are in the
hunt for Albert Pujols? Really? Can it get any better (or worse)
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.