Second base has been a spot lacking offensive production since Ben Zobrist retired, but Cesar Hernandez could fill that void in 2021
The Cubs returned from their unexpected four days off with a win behind Jason Heyward’s big night at the plate, and another quality start from Jon Lester.
Jason Kipnis is making a strong impression on David Ross, and Anthony Rizzo is on the mend.
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.
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.
Come Opening Day the Cubs plans for second base will clarify. Austin Bloomberg asserts the job should already belong to Nico Hoerner.