Cub Tracks Is Repetitious

Dilip Vishwanat

The beat writers are working on a lot of group think, again. But there's still plenty of news about what the Cubs should do now, the hassles of renovating a home, who is coming to spring training, and a decade spent on Mars.

Scrolling through the various sites was like a version of Bill Murray's film Groundhog Day. There's an article about missing out on Masahiro Tanaka. There's an article about Travis Wood avoiding arbitration. There's an article about Greg Maddux not having a logo on his Hall of Fame hat. There's an article about sprint training invitees. Wash, rinse, repeat. But you know all that.

From Comcast SportsNet

From Cubs Den

From Cubs.com

  • There really wasn't anything that hasn't been covered (better) elsewhere.
From the Chicago Tribune

From the Daily Herald

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Today's food for thought

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