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The Chicago Cubs have reportedly signed outfielder Reed Johnson to a one-year contract.The veteran utilityman made his return to the Cubs in 2011 after spending the previous campaign with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Johnson hit .309 with five home runs and 28 RBIs in 246 at-bats last season.The 35-year-old began his career with in Toronto, spending parts of five seasons with the Blue Jays before joining the Cubs in 2008.his best season came with the Jays in 2006, when he hit .319 with 12 home runs and 49 runs batted in over 461 at-bats.
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On Wednesday morning, the Chicago Cubs came to an agreement for a one-year deal with free agent OF Reed Johnson. The Cubs are no strangers with Johnson — three of the last four times Johnson has signed a contract, it had “Cubs” literally written all over it (counting this most recent transaction).
It may be surprising to the Cubs fan base, however, that one of the staples of...
A person familiar with the situation says the Chicago Cubs and outfielder Reed Johnson are closing in on a one-year contract. The person, who spoke Wednesday on the condition of anonymity because the deal was not finalized, confirmed reports by several media outlets that Johnson will be signed pending a physical.
A person familiar with the situation says the Chicago Cubs and outfielder Reed Johnson are closing in on a one-year contract.
The Chicago Cubs today announced their minor league managers and coaching staffs for the 2012 season, which includes Dave Bialas taking over at Triple-A Iowa and Buddy Bailey moving from Single-A Daytona to Double-A Tennessee.
Here’s a look at the Cubs minor league coaching staffs. Managers/staff returning to the organization but assigned to new positions next year are listed...
The Cubs are attempting to deal "most of their valuable assets" before Spring Training begins and "a complete overhaul of the team will definitely happen," two Major League sources tell David Kaplan of CSN Chicago. The impending Sean Marshall-for-Travis Wood trade is the first step in this process, as the Cubs are acquiring a young, controllable, 24-year-old...
The Chicago Cubs have agreed to trade reliever Sean Marshall to the Cincinnati Reds for lefthander Travis Wood and two minor leaguers.
The left-handed Marshall has been a workhouse for the Cubs the past two season, making 158 appearances.
The 29-year-old Marshall was 6-6 with a 2.26 ERA in 78 appearances last season. He has a career 32-40 record in six seasons with Chicago.
When touting UFC on Fox 2, Chael Sonnen took a shot at the Chicago Cubs, a team who plays 5.5 miles away from the United Center, where Sonnen will fight Mark Munoz. (He takes the shot at the very beginning of the video.)
What disappoints me about that is it's lack of imagination. Using the Cubs as a punching bag is for amateurs, and Sonnen is a highly regarded professional in...
The Cubs will have new managers at five of their eight Minor League affiliates, including Triple-A Iowa, where Dave Bialas takes the helm after 10 seasons as the organization's Minor League field coordinator.
The Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds have agreed to a trade in principle that will send pitcher Travis Wood and two minor-leaguers to the Cubs for left-handed reliever Sean Marshall, according to a source familiar with the situation.
They weren’t factors in the bidding for Japanese pitching star Yu Darvish and aren’t serious players in the Prince Fielder sweepstakes. But the Cubs are quietly having a busy week, bringing back one of their .300 hitters, adding a former batting champ to the organization and getting close to trading...