"We've been paying Ian $2 million this year to do absolutely nothing," said GM Jed Hoyer. "I really don't care what he wants to write on Twitter, but if it gives us an excuse to stop paying him, than god bless that loveable little moron."
“What’s the point?” Sveum said from the club’s spring training complex in Mesa. “The three of them [Ian Stewart, Luis Valbuena and Josh Vitters] are triple threats: Can’t hit, can’t field, can’t throw.”
General Manager Jed Hoyer announced on Tuesday that the Cubs plan to sign a 42-foot luxury Lake Michigan boat to play third base at least until mid-summer -- when the boat will reach its peak value.