With the defensive need at middle infield and Almora consistently underperforming all season, a swapping him and Russell is warranted.
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Sometimes we get so caught up in the day-to-day grind of the baseball season that we forget what it is supposed to be all about, having fun.
On the Cubs off day between games in San Francisco and Milwaukee, Ian Happ was called up from Triple-A Iowa ahead of Friday’s action.
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The Cubs made a series of moves today ahead of their series finale with the San Francisco Giants.
The Cubs bats helped win this one for Jon Lester early on with explosive offensive numbers in the first.
A should-be catch, that right fielder Wilson Contreras (yes, you read that correctly) was inches away from making a play on, arguably costs the Cubs a win in this one.
Position player depth used to be a strength for the Cubs, but now it is their biggest weakness.
The Cubs extensive position player depth is doing more bad than it is good.
Addison Russell got his second hit of the season and it was a long ball.