Its getting harder to see the Cubs making any made-for-TV moments or generating much controversy this winter, which is exactly how this front office likes to operate.
Three weeks ago, Cubs executives worked on two fronts, roughly 2,800 miles apart.
Cubs executives have used parallel tracks as a talking point so often that it began to lose meaning.
CHICAGO (AP) Edwin Jackson keeps bouncing around, and he thinks he knows why.
``I think everybody likes me,'' he said.