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Please welcome Mr. Twill Ovaries to the 2021 Cubs as we have some fun with anagrams

A different look at names on the Cubs’ 40-man roster.

Photo by Justin Berl/Getty Images

As we await spring training, which starts with Cubs pitchers and catchers reporting a week from today, let’s get to know the 40-man roster... with their names scrambled in anagrams. There are a lot of new names from last year.

As always, I’ve used the Internet Anagram Server to create these Cubs roster anagrams for all the players on the 40-man roster, except for a couple that the IAS couldn’t handle; those come instead from here and here. You might recognize a couple of returning anagrams from previous years — that’s because there just aren’t very many for some players.

Now it’s time for you to determine which Cubs player matches each of these anagrams. I’ve added some punctuation in some of them to make them funnier, and mixed them up by putting them in alphabetical order by anagram. I’ve pretty much given away the player anagrammed in the headline to this post by the photo above. See if you can figure out the others. If you do figure it out and want to post the answer, please put it behind a spoiler bar in the comments so that others can play.

A Jive Zebra
A Diagram Solver
Bettors Rock
Bra Boycott
Brr. Ya Stink!
Car Ink? Wow!
Carrot Analgesia
Cord’s Jeep? No!
Dead Bio TV
Dismal Pollen
Doable Lazy Tar
Don Judo Underwear
Ed Z. Via Cash
Grim Bear Lick
N.A. Soda Jam
He’s Dinky Clerk
Hi, Pa. Nap?
If New Handcar
John Halo Ranted
Just Enlistee
L.A. Quarry Biz Men
Lanky Rye
Law Nerd Ink
Mall Slice
Megaphone Knots
Mr. Twill Ovaries
No Miniatures
R.E. Heron Coin
Regularize Mound
Rev. Philip Nil
Road Jew Moons
RT: Acorn Lowliness
Silly Mentor
Stealth Work
Washed Yon Jar
Weird Back
Yea! Guam Mail!
Yo. Razz Hint? No!