The Cubs won’t be looking to make a big splash as they head into Orlando for the winter meetings.

Robinson Cano is a Seattle Mariner. Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran are New York Yankees. Masahiro Tanaka's future is still up in the air.

Theo Epstein is confident in the plan. As new manager Rick Renteria was introduced on Thursday at Wrigley Field, the Cubs president stood away from the mob of Chicago reporters, casually checking e-mails on his phone.

As Major League Baseball went through an insane week of Hot Stove action -- "I don't think I've ever seen it this crazy," Epstein said -- the Cubs have remained quiet, picking up backup catcher George Kottaras and left-handed reliever Wesley Wright.

Reinforcements will come from within the organization, like flamethrower Arodys Vizcaino, the main piece in the Paul Maholm deal with the Atlanta Braves at the 2012 trade deadline.

Vizcaino, 23, was ranked among Baseball America's Top 100 prospects for four straight years, but has missed the last two seasons recovering from Tommy John surgery.

Vizcaino is healthy now -- Epstein said he was throwing 98 mph in the Dominican instructional league -- and the Cubs will put him in the bullpen in 2014.