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Cubs Activate Jason Heyward, Option Tommy La Stella To Triple-A

(CBS) The Cubs on Sunday officially activated outfielder Jason Heyward from the disabled list and optioned infielder Tommy La Stella down to Triple-A Iowa in a corresponding move. 148 more words

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Levine: Pierce Johnson Embraces Transition To Bullpen, Anxiously Awaits Cubs Debut

By Bruce Levine–

CHICAGO (CBS) — A lifelong dream will soon come true for Cubs right-hander Pierce Johnson.

Selected as a sandwich pick late in the first round of the 2012 amateur draft, Johnson joined Chicago’s bullpen before Wednesday evening’s win and is readying for his big league debut. 294 more words

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Cubs Call Up Pitcher Pierce Johnson; Jeimer Candelario Optioned

(CBS) The Cubs have called up right-hander Pierce Johnson, who will be available to make his major league debut in Wednesday’s game against the Reds. 85 more words

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Iowa Cubs Preview - Helping to Win Championships

By Todd Johnson

There are currently 30 pitchers on the Iowa roster. 15 of them should be cut by opening day. As for who those 15 who make the roster will be, it’s a crapshoot right now. 858 more words

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Five Prospects Who Have Really Helped the Cause This Spring

By Todd Johnson

The strength of the Cubs the past three summers was their ability to sign, draft, develop, and promote young talent from within. Let’s just assume, for the time being, that the Cubs are going to keep all their prospects for 2017. 514 more words

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Iowa Cubs: 2016 Report - Producing Prospects at a Somewhat Prodigious Rate

Final Record: 67-76

The Iowa Cubs produced a lot of players for the major leagues this year. There was Albert Almora, Jeimer Candelario, Spencer Patton, Jake Buchanan, Felix Pena, and Rob Zastryzny. 810 more words

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So, About That Bullpen... 10 Things I Think

There are 51 games left to go and the bullpen is not settled. Then again, the Cubs have eight weeks to figure it out. If it seems like this has been a never ending process, you would be correct. 866 more words

By Todd Johnson