Cubs’ 10 worst free agent signings of all-time

Earlier this week, I named the 10 best free agent signings in Cubs history. But for all the good free agent additions the Cubs have made, they’ve made a fair share of not-so-good ones also.

From the obvious to not-so-obvious, here’s my crack at naming the 10worstfreeagentssigningsin Cubs history.

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Looking for some media to consume during the COVID-19 quarantine? A couple of Cubs got you covered.

Cubs Ian Happ, Nico Hoerner and minor leaguers Dakota Mekkes and Zack Short launched a podcast Saturday named “The Compound.” It’s fitting, considering the four are still training at the Cubs’ spring training compound in Arizona.

Here it is! The first episode of The Compound. Let us know what you think!! @nico_hoerner @DMekkes7 @zshort_20

— Ian Happ (@ihapp_1) March 28, 2020

In Episode 1, the four discuss the best and worst parts of their days, their dream all-time lineups for a hypothetical World Series Game 7 and take fan questions.


The MLB season is delayed indefinitely during the coronavirus pandemic, but this is a new, unique way to keep up with some Cubs players in the meantime.

José Quintana is one of the more divisive players on the Cubs. The club acquired him from the White Sox in July 2017, sending top Eloy Jimenez and Dylan Cease to the South Side.

In the long…

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