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Here at CUB TRACKS NEWS AND NOTES™, we like to keep things brief on the principle that it makes us appear wise. We don’t always, but we like to. We are aristocrats. There is crying in baseball, but down here, we float. Just like Pagliacci did.

The Cubs split their series with the Cleveland baseball club and will be taking on the Los Angeles Dodgers, who are planning to commence with Walker Buehler on the mound versus Zach Davies. Carson Kelly probably won’t watch. He’ll have time to, unfortunately. Buehler hit him on the right wrist with a pitch last Saturday.

My memory tells me that Buehler has been mostly nasty versus the Cubs, though they’ve lit him up a couple of times. Let’s hope it’s a day off for him. We will now pause for a few words from Andrew Chafin:

Pardon me if you’ve heard this one, but the sporting world isn’t one that is generally known for wisdom. Perhaps it is changing, as seen in a pane of slow glass. A couple of unlikely sources wrestle with that question to lead off today’s selections.

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Food for thought:

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