Posts tagged "2011 chicago cubs"

Cubs, White Sox Draft Synopsis, Recap

Here’s a breakdown of everyone taken on both sides of town. Where a name is highlighted, click for an in-depth story on that player Overall, the Chicago Cubs selected 50 players, 26 pitchers (21 righthanders and five left-handers), 10 infielders, 11 outfielders and three catchers. The Cubs drafted 29 college players and 21 high school... Read more »

What's Worse: 2011 Chicago Baseball or 2011 Chicago Weather?

Any time anyone from my hometown talks about how Chicago is the greatest city in the world, the first dissenting retort you’ll hear is “but what about those long, harsh, brutal winters?” Fair point, especially since we’ve had a whooping three days of 70+ degrees in 2011. (’09 had 11 by this point, last year... Read more »

Cubs Announce 21 Non-Roster MLB Spring Training Invites

The Chicago Cubs have invited 21 non-roster players to major league spring training, which begins Sunday, February 13 when pitchers and catchers are invited to report in Mesa , Ariz. Their first workout will take place on Monday, February 14. Position players report to camp Friday, February 18 with the team’s first full workout Saturday,... Read more »
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