We are *so* close to the season.
Brothers, Maples, Sogard, and Duffy All Make the Team, So the Cubs Opening Day Roster Is Basically Set
The Cubs Opening Day roster is all but settled.
Idk about you, but I’m rooting for the Cubs.
Theoretically (ideally?), transitional years like this come around rarely. You must find stuff out when you can.
Straight from the source.
The Cubs have determined his long-term development is more important than the immediate future.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON BASEBALL.
Do you like the Cubs, baseball, and Rock n’ Roll? Then I’ve got a band for you.
Late one out west.
It took half-a-season of evaluation, but this team is finally starting to reveal the finger prints of Arturas Karnisovas.
Alright, Cubs. Keep going.
Cubs play host to the Reds, whose lineup is 56% Kyles and Tylers today.
Another day, another two-hole hitter.
I just love watching this guy play the game.
A different-look “regulars” lineup.
Don’t you hate the pop-off-the-bag replay challenge? Well, it might go away soon!
I see some good opportunities for Cubs bets at the moment. So I’m jumping.
The Bears new QB is live.
Yeah, that’s your Opening Day lineup, if I had to guess.
MLBits: 2021 Predictions, Lindor Extension Deadline, the Future of Free Agency, Pace-of-OMG We’re Still Doing This, More
I’m still betting on a Francisco Lindor extension, but he says it *must* be done by Opening Day.
Traveling the emotional spectrum in reaction to the Andy Dalton news.
The QB market is moving and Chicago will want to find the right seat before the music stops.
Crosstown Cup preview.
Carlos Martinez might be forced right back into the depleted Cardinals rotation. Also, is it time to move the mound back?
Our old friend Dexter Fowler makes an appearance at Sloan Park.
Tip your cap for Alzolay.
Because anything less would be boring.
MLBits: Lindor Extension Talks Begin, Rule Change Timing is Big, Hicks Returning, Salary Discussions, More
The Mets are only now firing up those extension discussion with Lindor, so maybe there’s no rush for Chicago?
Looks like a modified Opening Day lineup to me.
Alec Mills takes the bump.
That’s how you make your presence known to those making roster decisions, eh?
I just want to see a two-way star in Shohei Ohtani.
Alright, Cubs. Keep the good times rolling.