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The Cubs are looking for an innings-eater, and it's not Edwin Jackson. Mike Olt is looking forward to the 2015 season. Plus other bounceback candidates, best and worst-case scenarios, and drinking with penguins in Thursday's Cub Tracks.

Hey Jake, think you've got 200 innings in that arm?
Hey Jake, think you've got 200 innings in that arm?
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With one week until pitchers and catchers report (and those seven days can't pass quickly enough), here's the latest from around the web:

From Comcast SportsNet Chicago:

From Cubs.com:

From ESPN Chicago:

From CBS Chicago:

From the Chicago Tribune via RedEye Chicago:

From the Chicago Sun-Times:

From Cubs Den:

From Bleacher Nation:

Miscellaneous:

Today's food for thought:

  • Hard to believe this was 19 years ago already: In 1996, IBM's Deep Blue computer made history by defeating the reigning chess champion at that time, Garry Kasparov. Just imagine what that computer could do now. Maybe it could scientifically find Waldo! Oh, wait... that's already been done.
  • Meet the world's most trafficked mammal before it goes extinct: the pangolin.
  • And finally... have you ever found yourself wanting to go to a bar to have a drink and play with a penguin at the same time?  It turns out that you can do just that in Tokyo.