Gonna be a long season. Looong.
From Comcast SportsNet
- Tom Ricketts is looking at all options with the Wrigley deal.
- Wrigley Field will always be home for Ryne Sandberg.
- Though the Hall of Famer did think the return was slightly awkward.
- Would selling shares of the Cubs do anything for the rebuild?
- Starlin Castro is confident the Cubs will break their offensive slump.
- The White Sox and Cubs are putting the youth in youth movement.
- Prospects were still the center of the conversation, even at the big club's home opener.
From Cubs Den
- A collection of notes looks at the young bullpen and platooning.
- One of the writers makes the case to just move on from wondering what might have been with Chris Archer.
- Phil Rogers says patience and positivity will be key for the Cubs.
- Manager Ricky Renteria is doing his part to keep a positive mindset.
- Former Cub Kevin Orie remembers his time with Ryne Sandberg.
- (Video) Is the Cubs' job the toughest managing gig?
- (Video) This is kind of cool. Sport Science looks at how weather at Wrigley affects the game.
- Jesse Rogers wants to know when spring training performances matter and when they don't.
- (Insider) Keith Law writes about the best places in the minors to see elite prospects.
- Mike Royko was Wrigley Field's poet laureate.
- Don't worry. The missing ivy will grow back.
- Here's a look back at the heroes of Wrigley Field.
From the Chicago Sun-Times
- The team is paying attention to Starlin Castro's approach at the plate.
Today's food for thought