The Cubs and the Cardinals will play five games over the next three days at Wrigley Field. Xavier Sanchez has you covered with a preview of the action.
After a nearly 16-month recovery from knee surgery, Steven Souza Jr. is healthy and ready to embrace any role the Cubs present him with in 2020.
Jason Kipnis is making a strong impression on David Ross, and Anthony Rizzo is on the mend.
Despite concerns over health and safety protocols, Yu Darvish is ready to pitch, and David Ross will need Darvish to be strong out of the gate.
“I don’t care if it’s 60 games. You still have to win, you still have to play good baseball, it’s not like they’re just handing them out at the end.”
Cubs slugger Anthony Rizzo was sidelined with a sore back on Tuesday, but the Cubs received a clean bill of health on the COVID-19 front.
Among the uncharted waters that rookie skipper David Ross will have to navigate in a unique season, will be the implementation of the universal DH. Luckily for David Ross, the Cubs have a few strong candidates.