He’s hasn’t played since 2017 and had double heel/foot surgery last year. I don’t care, pick him up and ship Russell away.
TomtheBombadil wrote:I’d love some Tulowitzki to the Cubs on a bounceback deal
Rob wrote:TomtheBombadil wrote:I’d love some Tulowitzki to the Cubs on a bounceback deal
It's not really a bounceback deal. The Blue Jays are eating his entire salary. Wherever he signs, it will be for the $500k league minimum with the Blue Jays making up the rest for the next two years.
So it's more a question of what team offers him the best opportunity for him to continue playing. I think the Cubs could be reasonably high up that list. We have a lot of roster flexibility, so he only needs to play when he's feeling up to it. There's plenty of other big names on this team, so nobody would expect much of him. They could just slot him in at SS 2-3 times per week and bat him 7th or 8th and let him work his way back on his own schedule. Good clubhouse atmosphere and a team that should definitely compete. There's a lot to like.
Guancous wrote:Tulowitzki would need to pass the Cubs physical. The team with the most extensive medical information just paid $38 million to walk away.
Cubswin11 wrote:Dr. Nick oversees our medical department. Tulo should be in the clear.
Sammy Sofa wrote:Look, I'm as doom boner-y as the next guy when it comes to the White Sox out-spending PTR this offseason, but you don't win friends with salad OR in-laws.
Cubswin11 wrote:He’s Machado’s brother in law, fwiw
Bertz wrote:They're still pretty thin, but the Mets are another bat away from being very solid
Cubswin11 wrote:I would have been more than fine with us doing that deal if/when we don’t get Bryce
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