Why Should the Cubs Sign Scott Kazmir?

After nearly falling completely out of baseball in 2012, Scott Kazmir latched on to the Cleveland Indians on a minor league deal. Though he was five years removed from his best season in Tampa Bay, and had really only been healthy for one full season in his career, he was seen as a nice, moderate-upside signing for an Indians team that was struggling to find a fifth starter. A strong spring training earned him a … Continue reading

Why Should the Cubs Sign Shin-Soo Choo?

Tom Loxas has been out in front of the rest of the Chicago media in virtually insisting that the Cubs will be adding a left-handed bat to the lineup this offseason. Of the many lefthanded bats available, one of the best fits for this team might be outfielder Shin-Soo Choo. Choo has been one of my favorite players in the game for quite a while now. A consistently underrated player who provides some pop and … Continue reading

The Cleveland Indians Should Sign Kyle Lohse

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By signing Michael Bourn, the Indians have added a high quality top-of-the-order bat, turned Drew Stubbs and Michael Brantley into a good platoon partnership (or trade bait), and opened up the ability to occasionally play Nick Swisher at 1B and Mark Reynolds where he belongs – DH. The Bourn Signing should also somewhat help their dismal pitching staff if Francona starts an OF of Stubbs-Bourn-Brantley, which could track down pretty much any fly ball. However, … Continue reading