Tag Archives: Kyle Schwarber

Don’t Expect Schwarber to be Traded – Or Anyone Really

The hot stove seems to of finally started. Since Friday, the Chicago Cubs have signed Tyler Chatwood and Brandon Morrow. The deals seem pale in comparison to the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Angels, but they were important moves making the team better. The team's emphasis was on adding pitching this winter, and they are…

Hot Stove: The Yankees are Gunning for Kyle Schwarber

I have been fairly consistent for three years that the Chicago Cubs would not trade Kyle Schwarber. This offseason some things have changed a bit. Theo Epstein told all of Cubdom that they would will probably look to move someone from their 25-man roster. We have heard the rumors of trading Javier Baez, there was…

Cubs Hot Stove: Cobb, Morrow, Ohtani, Trade?

There has been some significant news to come up over the past few days. News we certainly need to cover. It appears as if the Chicago Cubs Hot Stove is finally warmed up. Ohtani Shohei Ohtani is the baseball version of Meghan Markle. Every media outlet will be talking about both of them, nonstop, for…

Best Cubs Moves We’ll All Discuss This Offseason

That sucked. While the loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers seemed decisive, the Chicago Cubs window to win is WIDE open. To get back to the World Series will take some tweaking to the roster. With around $70 million coming off of their books, the MLB luxury tax will be $197 million the Cubs will…

Totally Redeeming Himself

October 22nd of 2016 Chicago Cubs fans were waking to the news that Kyle Schwarber was cleared to hit in the World Series. We all fell in love with thoughts of monstrous moonshot home runs as the Cubs played in their first Series since 1945. Schwarber made his impact felt as he hit .412 with…

Schwarber’s 162 Game Career

It seems every single day I fight for why the Chicago Cubs should acquire Justin Verlander, and why the shouldn't trade Kyle Schwarber's. Each day the Verlander argument becomes easier, while the War Bear discussion becomes more and more difficult. I am a huge Schwarber guy, but he is getting harder to defend. I will…