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I’ll have you know that MLB The Show 2020 arrived safe and sound on my doorstep Saturday afternoon, and has already been tested. It meant a special trip to the apothecary and necessitated the opening of one of my last two Old Styles but that’s a small price to pay for such an expensive toy. We’ll be ready to go for the next big broadcast.

In the meantime, here’s Cub Tracks News and Notes, the only links column that really matters. As always, * means autoplay on, or annoying ads, or both (directions to remove for Firefox and Chrome). {$} means paywall. {$} means limited views. Italics are often used here as sarcasm font.

“I know there’s a lot of people, a lot of things that needs to be done, a lot of people that still need help. We just wanted to help take care of kids and make sure they have meals. I know a lot of places were keeping schools open just for the fact that [they were] trying to make sure the kids get food during the day.

“That was their one or two opportunities to eat, because everyone has it differently. Any way we can help the food, it was something to try and ease people’s minds, and take one thing off the plate of other groups of people, and hopefully, give some help to other areas.” — Jason Heyward.

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