Cub Tracks Is Built For Power

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Whether it's prospects launching moonshots or a young bullpen throwing (instead of fanning) flames, power has become the buzzword of camp. The Cubs remember a legend, scouts keep raving, and Rick Renteria continues to question in today's Cub Tracks.

There was talk earlier this week of a hefty column by Josh. I think I'm going to have to ice my typing fingers after this edition.

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