Analyzing, Grading the Chicago Cubs’ Most Controversial Offseason Move

December 17, 2012 by  

Had the Chicago Cubs succeeded in outbidding the Detroit Tigers for the services of pitcher Anibal Sanchez, that would have been the team's most controversial move this offseason.

Was signing a free-agent pitcher to a five-year contract worth $15.5 million per season really the best move for a club undergoing a rebuilding project like the Cubs? Would Sanchez in the starting rotation prevent a last-place finish for the Cubs in the NL Central next season? 

If the belief is that a baseball team can never have enough pitching, then at least Cubs ...

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