The 2020 schedule breakdown is interesting and different, all at the same time. The Cubs will play a total of just 12 series, with six homestands and a half-dozen road trips.
With Quintana now shut down for a minimum two weeks before he can begin throwing again, the Cubs are forced with a difficult choice of deciding what to do with him both in the short term and long-term scenarios.
Generally, the 4th of July represents a chance to celebrate America and marks the middle of summer. The patriotic holiday typically brings barbecues, hot dogs, fireworks, and, of course, baseball.
Wondering why the Cubs are only carrying 50 men on what could be a 60-man roster? Simple: Flexibility.
On this edition of the Cubs Corner presented by Coach’s Bar and Grill, Anthony talked with AL expert a Robert Fiorante, and the pair breakdown each division and give their predictions.
This is how I believe the lineup will look on a day-to-day basis for the Cubs in 2020.
Happy 4th of July from all of us at CubsHQ. If you’re going to go out and watch the fireworks or celebrate tonight, please do so safely and responsibly! Now, let’s talk Cubs baseball.
Former Clemson righty Sheldon Reed is the latest arm to join the Cubs via the undrafted free agent wire as the Cubs are hoping his latest injury history is well behind him.
And so it begins… First, it was news of Tommy Hottovy’s COVID-19 case, and now the Cubs have announced an injury to Jose Quintana.
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