The Chicago Cubs will hope for a bounce-back season from Tyler Chatwood after the two sides reportedly agreed to a three-year deal Thursday.
Carrie Muskat of MLB.com passed along word of the free-agent signing. The deal is reportedly worth $38 million, according to MLB.com's Mark Feinsand.
The right-handed pitcher is coming off a disappointing year where he led the league with 15 losses. He finished with a 4.69 ERA while moving in and out of the starting rotation, and his 77 walks were...
The right-hander gives the Cubs some much needed pitching depth
A simple compromise in Tyler Chatwood’s contract likely will force the Cubs to restructure the newcomer’s three-year, $38 million contract. In an effort to settle a small difference in value, the Cubs and Chatwood’s representatives agreed to a contract that included a clause in which Chatwood would...