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Cubs Still Searching For Another Starting Pitcher

(CBS) After letting right-hander Jason Hammel walk in free agency and with two rotation members set to become free agents after 2017, the Cubs remain on the hunt to add another starting pitcher ahead of the start of this season. 446 more words

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Cubs' Jed Hoyer: Winning Championship Allows Us To Think Differently Than In Past

(CBS) As the Cubs ready to embark on a new season and look toward defending their championship, general manager Jed Hoyer acknowledged that breaking the 108-year title drought allows the organization to think differently moving forward. 566 more words

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Cubs' Jason Heyward Moves To Arizona To Make 'Critical Changes' To Swing In Offseason

(CBS) Cubs outfielder Jason Heyward is already well into his work on overhauling his swing after a disappointing 2016 season at the plate.

Heyward has moved to Arizona to work with Cubs assistant hitting coach Eric Hinske on a regular basis this offseason, general manager Jed Hoyer said in an interview on the Spiegel and Goff Show on Friday. 313 more words

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Jed Hoyer On Kyle Schwarber Leading Off For Cubs? 'Love That Idea'

(CBS) The Cardinals’ signing of center fielder Dexter Fowler to a five-year deal on Friday made this official too: The Cubs are in search of a new lead-off hitter. 405 more words

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Jed Hoyer On Dexter Fowler: 'Forever Will Lead Off Game 7 With A Homer'

(CBS) In what was called a “bittersweet” day by several parties involved, former Cubs outfielder Dexter Fowler signed a five-year deal with the rival St. Louis Cardinals on Friday. 387 more words

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Baffoe: This Is That Cubs 'Sustained Success' Thing

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(CBS) The plan ain’t finished. Sorry if your Chicago Cubs World Series pleasant hangover is in full swing, because Cubs brass is all about that hair of the dog. 1,021 more words

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Levine: Cubs Won't Stand Pat At Winter Meetings

By Bruce Levine–

(CBS) As incredible and fun as the Cubs’ championship run was in 2016, all of that is now history. A new set of challenges is on the horizon in 2017 for Chicago as the Winter Meetings start on Sunday. 585 more words

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