The Sun-Times’ Gordon Wittenmyer joins Carm and Jordan with his opinions on when Matt Garza gets traded, what they will get for the starting pitcher and whether he is optimistic on the future of the team.
Chicago Cubs pitcher Matt Garza (Chris Sweda / Chicago Tribune)
James Russell left the bullpen in the middle of the sixth inning Thursday to use the restroom and thought he was staying with the Cubs after teammate Travis Wood mentioned the 3 p.m. deadline had arrived. […]
In a four-week span, the Cubs added three highly ranked prospects and saved about $6 million at the cost of two front-line starting pitchers, a super utility player and a durable left-handed reliever. […]