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Jake Arrieta Believes MLB's Drug Testing System Is Working
Jake Arrieta estimates that he has been drug tested between 10 to 15 times over the last year for performance-enhancing drugs.
Cubs World Series Rings Selling Well For Jostens
Cubs World Series rings, available for fans through Jostens, have been selling very well since they hit the market on April 12.
Cubs Trying To Prevent Non-Players From Selling World Series Rings
The Cubs are asking non-players to sign an agreement giving the team the right to buy back World Series rings for $1 in an effort to discourage employees from selling them.
First Base From Game 7 Sells For $101,237
The first base used for the final two innings of Game 7 of the 2016 World Series sold for $101,237, the most ever paid at auction for a baseball base.
Joe Maddon Open To Idea Of Automated Ball-Strike Calls
Joe Maddon is one of baseball's most forwarding-thinking minds, but it comes as a surprise that he's open to the idea of automated ball-strike balls.
Jason Heyward's Changed Swing Yielding Positive Results
Jake Arrieta Takes Exception To Questions About Diminished Velocity
Steinbrenners Took 72 Hours To Approve Trading Chapman To Cubs
Javier Baez Lost Sight Of Baseball Due To Sign Behind Home Plate
Las Vegas Oddsmakers Predict Cubs To Win World Series

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Cubs Analysis

Predictions For The 2017 MLB Season (Bold, Tepid & Otherwise)

by John Watson

Here are some predictions for the 2017 season, organized by team. If we make enough; some safe, some crazy, surely, we'll get some right, right? Cue: the rumbling laughter of the baseball gods.

Grading The Offseason: NL Central

by John Watson

On the Cubs' post-World Series offseason, quiet winters for the Cardinals and Pirates, along with the rebuilding projects for the Reds and Brewers.

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