Rarely does an hilarious #CubsTwitter moment emanate from literal Cubs Twitter, but tonight was great.
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Who bats second for the Cubs remains a very open question.
You knew it was coming eventually, and it sounds pretty much as you’d expect. And Theo Epstein responds as you’d expect.
Jason Hammel looked very strong today, and the Cubs made some nice plays defensively. Also: The Little Girl enjoyed herself. Success.
The duo was paired yesterday, with poor results. Does it mean anything?
Not Jon Lester’s best day, which should concern you absolutely zero.
None was expected to make the big league roster, but most are really interesting guys to watch this year.
Joe Maddon is leading an effort to raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer victims and research.
The versatility will be good to have around, just in case. Two kinds of “just in case,” actually.
Bryant has been too good not to get a whole lot of attention. Wood and Castillo have also been very good, which could be big.
The Cubs notched just one hit on the day, but it was enough to win, thanks to great pitching.
It’s super early, and it’s just Spring Training, but Kris Bryant has been the best player in baseball.
Two games, two wins today. Lots of pitching in one game and lots of offense in the other.
Bryant pinch hit for the DH spot today, and immediately homered. (UPDATE: And again.)
That’s what pitching coach Chris Bosio says, anyway.
Good pitching and timely hitting? Nice. Do it in April.
A laborious game for the Cubs, but a handful of highlights.
Since he is out of options, the Cubs were going to have a tough decision to make on Turner. Now it’s a lot less tough for a little while.