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It should be no surprise that Jeff Gray – acquired in the offseason,
together with a couple meh prospects, for Jake Fox and Aaron Miles –
is now on his way to join the Chicago Cubs’ bullpen, following
Esmailin Caridad’s placement on the disabled list with a
totally-not-made-up forearm strain. Gray was expected to be a part of
the bullpen when the Cubs broke Spring camp, but following a groin
injury that slowed his readiness, Gray needed some time in Iowa to get
ready for the season.

After a few dominating performances, he’s apparently ready. Gray is a
big-time control guy, something the Cubs sorely lack from the right
side, so hopefully his addition will be both positive and permanent.

  • http://?N/A Mary Ann Hall

    Hi Jeff: Hope you can help me. I am trying to find the location of the bleahcers. Have been to umpteen sites under “Cubs” and still cannot locate them. Would you please tell me where they are located. I have a chance to buy a couple of tickets for my dearly beloved who has been a Cub fan all of his life, but I cannot find them. Also, if you had an opportunity to buy any tickets, which game would you choose? Please advise. Many thanks.

    • Ace

      The bleachers are in the outfield. If you’re buying tickets for a game coming soon, might I recommend one of the many wonderful sites listed in our sidebar…?

  • KB

    Ace, you had me at “he’s a control guy.”
    If that’s true, I will LOVE him.

    • Ace

      Precisely.

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