It's looking increasingly likely that the Chicago Cubs will trade one - or more - of their big-name players.
Various executives have said the Cubs are "aggressive," "manic," "motivated," and "obvious" about their desire to make at least one trade this offseason, Jeff Passan of ESPN reports.
Rizzo and his pair of remaining $14.5-million team options may be easier to move than Bryant, who is set to earn a considerable raise to $18.5 million in his third year of arbitration, according to MLB Trade Rumors.
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Contreras and Almora are each eligible for arbitration for the first time, while Schwarber is going through the process for the second time.