Cubs Convention: Hoyer, Cubs players ready for action
You know Larry offseason spending offseason is not build a team tired you know corrects mistakes before. -- really good about the depth of our rotation definitely pitching staff. I -- that's where things that that leads to success as teams that can run out good inning after inning. I think we'll do that so. I think we really need to get on base more we need improve some things from last year and now we can spend seven weeks. -- doing that. I'm living in green things of that stuff up I don't see any reason given our pitching staff -- -- -- can do it better. I've been Joba the bid and went to the doctors. Is set -- let it go and those of us. So we got away from him you know pulled pulled down. Bullpen and everything so. -- Somebody out Vietnam and are you know I think our. You have there are made -- -- -- every time. What makes -- a fight our -- our radar. But her vision and almost yet down enough that -- -- -- -- And it gives us that list and podium to doesn't. That didn't happen like much until with some of them and they make and they don't this year. And it's a comeback being near those guys all the all the staff and every on. Can that. That it's to get back fast and hopefully it's been changed it's little faster. How different does it feel going into this season knowing you're on the team you've had a full off season with the team. It was just a different feel for it. Why it's the same mentality is every element come in. And go play baseball and try to do not capable of doing and I know there's a formula and did that prepare every day work hard and hopefully the results will be there good. Think you know you gonna go out work hard and do what she needed to be good teammate and everything else take care of itself what's.
GM Jed Hoyer along with players Matt Garza, Alfonso Soriano and Anthony Rizzo address the media before the start of the Cubs Convention - 1/18