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Cub Tracks’ postseason salt, or writings on the wall

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Here at CUB TRACKS NEWS AND NOTES™, we have news for you. Jed Hoyer held a Q&A Wednesday morning, and a lot of the news devolves from there. We tried to provide context for some of Hoyer’s remarks. I’m sure you have your own thoughts about Hoyer’s thoughts.

Life begins after the World Series. Until then, this is half-life for most of baseball and the W flag is at half-staff.

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“I don’t mind coming off the bench. I don’t mind playing every day, obviously, but I also don’t mind getting sporadic starts of playing twice in a week-and-a-half period. I feel like I’m adjustable enough as a player where I can handle a ton of roles. Being a mentor is hopefully one of them.” — Matt Duffy.

Food for thought:

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