Sunday’s game looked quite a bit different than Saturday’s, as the Cubs exposed some pitching weaknesses and a lot less offense.
If last night was any indication, the Cubs might be surprisingly good this year.
The Cubs are back, and they looked really good tonight.
If you ask any Cub fan, the obvious answer would be to put Nico Hoerner at second base to open the regular season and let him run with the job.
It’s been a long winter, but Cubs; baseball returns today. That is, assuming Mother Nature cooperates.
For Kris Bryant, one can imagine this offseason has been one of the best and yet most challenging times in his life.
Although the temperature will be a beautiful 65 degrees in Mesa, Arizona, the entire region is now under a flash-flood watch.
Well, this is it – the last day without baseball of some sort for the next eight months, and I couldn’t be happier.
With KB as the leadoff man, here’s a look at what the 2020 projected lineup for the Cubs should be.
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