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From the Pages of Vine Line: The Cubs bullpen is uniquely deep and versatile

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The 2016 Cubs are one of the deepest teams in baseball, but the thing that makes them so formidable is their versatility. 2,752 more words

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Clayton Richard pleased to remain a Cub

LAFAYETTE — Clayton Richard returned to his roots Thursday afternoon.

Twice a week, Richard leads the McCutcheon baseball team through conditioning drills after school. The former Maverick three-sport standout instructs about an hour’s worth of running, push-ups and core and leg work. 504 more words


Former Knights in the Postseason: Clayton Richard

LHP Clayton Richard has become a key contributor to the Chicago Cubs out of their bullpen during the 2015 Major League Baseball postseason. Richard, who was acquired by the Cubs from the Pirates on July 3, 2015, appeared in two games during Chicago’s NLDS matchup against the Cardinals and didn’t allow a run (0.2 IP). 445 more words

Would Joe Maddon Consider Bullpen Start For Cubs In Playoffs? 'Of Course'

(CBS) With his Nos. 3-5 starters in the rotation continuing to display inconsistency and fail to go deep into games, Cubs manager Joe Maddon is keeping as open of a mind as he can with the playoffs approaching. 441 more words


Coghlan's Slide, Kang's Injury and Notes From a 7-4 Road Trip

As good a day as Thursday was for the Cubs, it was an even worse day for the Pirates. Not only did the Pirates see their lead in the wild card race shrink to two games (with road matchups against Grienke and Kershaw on deck), but the team lost stellar rookie infielder Jung Ho Kang for the remainder of the season with a torn MCL. 916 more words


Game Notes @ ARI (09.16) San Diego sets Sights on Victory in Arizona Rubber-Match Finale

Wednesday night marks the final game of a three-game set between the Friars and Snakes, and San Diego is looking to run away with a series victory. 636 more words

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