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Unbelievable Cub Tracks Update: The Action Never Stops!



Welcome to today’s edition of Cub Tracks news and notes™, a compilation of standout pieces from Chicago-based beat writers and bloggers covering #Cubs, #MiLB, and #MLB baseball. This assortment is crafted with passion, brewed in the fervor of writers’ dedication, and left to cold-brew overnight to enhance its rich flavor.

Anticipation is building, and it’s only a matter of time before the floodgates open, right?

Maddie Lee (Chicago Sun-Times*): Craig Counsell, the Cubs’ future manager, peels back the layers of his managerial philosophy. “Although Counsell hasn’t taken the helm in the Cubs’ dugout yet, his managerial approach is coming into focus.”

Jordan Bastian (MLB.com*): Belli? Chapman? Cubs weigh priorities in Ohtani’s absence. “Let’s explore some contingency plans the Cubs could consider.” Brett Taylor is pondering the same, and Patrick Mooney shares his thoughts {$}. Andy Martinez wraps it up.

Jake Misener (Cubbies Crib*): Reality check on April 5 when Shohei Ohtani visits Wrigley Field. “The path to the top in the National League now unmistakably leads through Chavez Ravine…”

Evan Altman (Cubs Insider*): Advocating for optimism about Matt Chapman’s offensive capabilities. “Ultimately, it boils down to results…”

Jake Misener (Cubbies Crib*): The Cubs seem to be banking on Cody Bellinger after the Shohei Ohtani acquisition. “Unless there’s an unexpected trade, the avenues for improving the offense in Chicago are dwindling by the day.”

Patrick Elwood, Michael Johnson (WGN9*): An art conundrum: A Buffalo Grove man seeks to uncover the artist behind a beloved Wrigley Field painting. “The mystery endures, but the cherished painting is back in trustworthy hands.”

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