On paper, it looks like the Cubs could have their starting outfield set for 2015. But that doesn't mean Theo Epstein's front office will stop looking for upgrades.
SAN FRANCISCO – Ryan Kalish emerged as a good story in spring training, making the Opening Day roster after a series of injuries left him wondering if his career might be over.
Nate Schierholtz emerged as a valuable trade chip last summer, hitting a career high 21 home runs for the Cubs.
Jeff Samardzija feels like he’s just getting started.