Mike Olt’s Adjustments Could Pay Dividends for the Cubs this Season

Mike Olt played his way onto the Opening Day roster a year ago with a decent spring in which he dealt with shoulder issues that limited his time at third base. But when the games counted, Olt struggled at the plate. When he made contact, the ball seemingly went a mile, or at least for […]


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The Daily CCO: All About The Bryant and Other Cubs News, Notes and Rumors

Kris Bryant is the talk of baseball right now. The Chicago and National media are focused on the Cubs’ top prospect. Jon Heyman said Bryant is putting on a show and putting pressure on the Cubs while Peter Gammons tweeted the reality of what it would mean to the Cubs long term for him to […]


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Cubs Weekend Headlines: Maddon’s Men Won Some Games and Hit Some Home Runs

It was a long weekend for the Chicago Cubs, one in which the organization played five games in three days and went 4-1 in the exhibition season. The Cubs had a good three days with a couple of exceptions and one big scare. RHP Jacob Turner will miss at least a month dealing with an […]


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The Daily CCO: Kris Bryant Just Keeps Hitting Home Runs and Other Cubs News

The Cubs ended up 3-1 in the split squad games over the last two days. The Cubs split the two games Friday before winning Saturday afternoon in Las Vegas behind Kris Bryant and Kyle Hendricks and in Maryvale in large part to Matt Szczur, Welington Castillo and Mike Olt driving in six runs. The team […]


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Tom Ricketts: Organization Will Be Disappointed if Cubs Don’t Win the Division

Tom Ricketts joined Mully and Hanley (670 The Score) following the Cactus League openers to talk about his team. One of the big topics discussed during the interview were the recent headlines that were made about the Cubs talking to the Brewers about playing at Miller Park despite the fact the team mentioned in January […]


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The Daily CCO: Theo Epstein Extension Update and Other Cubs News and Rumors

The Cubs won one and lost one on the first of back-to-back split squad days. And while half the roster picked up a win in Las Vegas, the other half struggled in Mesa and Tsuyoshi Wada left the game with an injury in the first inning. The Cubs play two more games Saturday before squaring […]


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Jed Hoyer Addressed Several Cubs Topics Early in Spring Training

The Cubs are preparing for what has the makings of an interesting and fun, but unpredictable season at the big league level. The front office has given Joe Maddon a lot of young talent to work with and it will be up to Maddon and his staff to put the players in position to win […]


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Cubs 2015 Spring Training Preview: Right Field

Over the past few years, right field has been one of the worst offensive positions for the Chicago Cubs and has been a major weakness. With Jorge Soler set to take the reins this year, that may be subject to change. Let’s take a look at right field and what to expect during Spring Training. […]


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The Daily CCO: Kris Bryant is Doing What Kris Bryant Does and Other Cubs Spring Training News

One week into the Cactus League schedule and Kris Bryant is doing just what he said he would. Bryant is letting his performance do the talking while he is saying all of the right things to the media. Kris Bryant is pounding the baseball, but he is showing that his defense needs work at the […]


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The Daily CCO: The Schedule Makers Didn’t Do the Cubs Any Favors

The Cubs goal for the season is to win the National League Central Division and play in the post-season for the first time in seven years. And in order to do so, Joe Maddon’s team cannot stumble out of the gate. The Cubs must begin the season on a positive note and post their first winning […]


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