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More mandatory batting practice. Circling 10 trap games. Reduced alcohol and fast food in clubhouse and charter flights. That and more changes coming to the Cubs as they search for that sense of urgency that's been lacking since their World Series victory.
Please, can someone tell me what Ian Happ brings to the table? I’m just not seeing it. Just cut him loose.
Yes, "cut loose" the 25-year-old switch-hitter who has a career 111 OPS+ & showed legit changes in approach last year while posting an .898 OPS in 58 games. He's flawed, but this desire to just get rid of players because their negatives are all that you focus on is too much
Theo chuckles as a fan says definition of insanity is doing same thing over and over and expecting different results, referencing lineup being same last few years & looking same so far. Theo says offseason isn't done, but adds dev isn't linear and talks at length about Ian Happ.
"There's no magic free agent out there." Before Cubs Convention, chairman Tom Ricketts talks luxury tax, the Marquee deal, the Wrigley renovation costs and his expectations for 2020 and beyond: https://theathletic.com/1540450/2020/01/16/theres-no-magic-free-agent-out-there-tom-ricketts-on-a-slow-winter-and-the-cubs-future/ …
Mooney had a sit down with Tom Ricketts...