Though many experts believed the Cubs, with a core of great young hitters, would go the pitching route with the No. 9 pick in this past week's MLB Draft, Ian Happ thought they wanted a bat.
The Cubs believe they have the players to grow their early-season success into a legitimate playoff run.
Tsuyoshi Wada knows he’s put himself in a tough position in the Cubs starting rotation after another rough, short outing.
Finally, right field will have an opportunity for a rebuttal against the argument that it sucks.
WASHINGTON – The Cubs don’t have the pitching equivalent of a Javier Baez or a Kyle Schwarber down in the minors.