The Cubs have almost 20 non-roster invitees in camp, each hoping to crack the roster, though few have a real chance besides veteran reliever Brandon Morrow, aspiring major leaguer Dakota Mekkes, and bounce back infield candidates Carlos Asuaje and Hernan Perez.
Let’s not kid ourselves here, the ending to Joe Maddon’s tenure as manager was a somber one and led to a disappointing end to what was a tremendous five-year run.
Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts addressed the media Monday from the Cubs’ Camp in Mesa.
Although this is a quiet and not a flashy move, this move certainly brings in a whole lot of intrigue regarding what the intentions of this signing was.
There may be light at the end of the Marquee Network tunnel. Let’s hope it’s not an oncoming train.
Baez apologized to fans for 2019, taking accountability. It’s certainly more sincere and believable than anything I’ve heard from those associated with the Astros.
As the team begins to report to Arizona for Spring Training, the already crowded but not decided second base position just got a little more cluttered.
Kris Bryant is now in Mesa with the team. As expected, he stole the show yesterday.
Ever since Theo has taken over calling the shots for the Cubs, they have been huge players in the international free-agent market. From Jorge Soler to Eloy Jimenez, Willson Contreras, and even Miguel Amaya, things have worked out on that front well over the years.
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