ST. LOUIS — This weekend the Cubs are getting an up-close look at the St. Louis Cardinals and their player-development machine.
The Cubs have insisted over and over again they're feeling good at the plate, even if the results haven't been there.
Six games into the season, new Cubs manager Rick Renteria has yet to use the same lineup twice.
But there has been one constant: Emilio Bonifacio is the leadoff hitter.
It's Opening Day at Wrigley Field, but that didn't stop Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer and chairman Tom Ricketts from fielding questions on the organization's top prospects.
So much of the focus has been on Javier Baez, Kris Bryant and the prospects at Cubs Park this spring.