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.
As the Cubs prepare for an unprecedented 2020 season, it’s a good time to look at the potential 30-man roster come Opening Day.
In a season of change and uncertainty there are a number of questions facing Cubs rookie manager, David Ross.
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.
The previous track record of newly minted VP of Scouting Dan Kantrovitz and the amount of collegiate pitching available in the 2020 draft lays out the blueprint for the Cubs to take a pitcher in round one.
A shortened 2020 MLB season poses many questions for the Cubs and first-year manager David Ross.