Rosario didn’t throw a single pitch! And it’s his birthday!
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Excuse me, waiter? I’ll have another arm please. Thanks.
The Cubs will get to go with an extra position player for a few days, and Hancock could make his big league debut.
He will miss at least one start.
A new reliever enters the mix.
The 28-year-old righty has always hit.
With Ben Zobrist hitting the DL, Bote gets a chance to be a versatile fill-in.
We’ve got some late Friday afternoon roster news for ya.
Navarro heads back to Iowa.
The 31-year-old lefty batter will lengthen the bench a bit.
A corresponding move has not yet been announced.
And it’s exactly as expected.
The Cubs grabbed him last November to see what he had.
The 23-year-old lefty had a nice camp, but he’ll get more time in the minor leagues.
Can’t keep ’em all, I guess. You probably barely remember Alvarez anyway.
A couple prospects head to minor league camp.
The Cubs can save some cash under the luxury tax, and can also keep an out-of-options pitcher.
A number of depth starters, and lefty Dario Alvarez, head out.
Everyone is all set for 2018, though the Cubs did have to make the rare renewal.
No surprises on the first cut list.
Another reclamation project/depth arm for the Cubs.
The 28-year-old lefty is a long-shot to return to competitive pitching, but his story is a very valuable one.
Simmons will be in the bullpen competition this spring.
When this guy’s healthy, he has been very good.
He’s HERE, and it’s REAL.
A speedy defender who could be an option for the Cubs coming out of Spring Training, or depth at AAA.