The Cubs believe their starting rotation is a strength this season after being a problem in 2011. It will have to be if they're going to exceed expectations and compete in the NL Central.
Joe Mather surprised many with his play in camp and finds himself on the Opening Day roster. But that won't keep the 29-year-old veteran from pushing for more at-bats.
Mark Grace, Ernie Banks or Paul Konerko? Who should be the starting first baseman of the past 50 years in Chicago baseball? This was one of the many debates in the second-to-last installment of the series.
The Cubs received 19-year-old first baseman Jair Bogaerts from Boston to finally complete the Theo Epstein compensation process nearly six months after the issue arose.
Randy Wells was shocked by the Cubs' decision to demote him to Triple-A Iowa, but he's accepting of it and says he'll use the move as motivation.