Tag Archives: Mike Olt

As Chicago Cubs Continue Dealing Vets, They Fail in Developing Young Core
August 22, 2013

by Kent Sterling There is some bad mojo going on at Wrigley Field.  Fans and media claim that team president Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer are pressing all the right buttons in trading veterans for farm system bulk, and that the youngsters left behind are being tutored to play better at the major league level. […]

Alfonso Soriano Trade Complete; Jim Hendry Era Happily Ends, or Did It?
July 26, 2013

by Kent Sterling The players former Cubs General Manager Jim Hendry signed are all gone, but the bills will keep coming for another 14 months as Alfonso Soriano has been dealt to the New York Yankees. The Cubs will pick up $17.7 million of the $24.5 million he is owed, according to reports, and for […]

Chicago Cubs – Theo Fleeces Rangers as Garza Dealt for Five Prospects
July 22, 2013

by Kent Sterling Chicago Cubs President Theo Epstein and the Texas Rangers finally pulled the trigger on a trade that was cooking for more than a week as Matt Garza goes to Texas for #22 overall MLB prospect third baseman Mike Olt, mediocre young arm Justin Grimm, and rising pitching prospect C.J. Edwards. Click here […]