CHICAGO -- Pitching will remain the primary concern of the Chicago Cubs heading into the winter meetings next week in Nashville, according to general manager Jed Hoyer.
"We still look at it as an area of need," Hoyer said in a conference call with reporters on Friday. "Organizationally we need a lot of depth. We'll be active trying to find bullpen help at the meetings, for sure, and after. As far as the rotation goes we do have some guys coming off injury that are on our roster so we will be active seeking depth."