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The latest in our long-running series of #Cubs-related news articles. Lancelot Link says today’s subject is a secret. Rache!

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Welcome to today’s episode of Cub Tracks news and notes™. Here we have material from current beat writers, bloggers, and the occasional in-house habitué, moonlighting. These pieces center around #Cubs, #MiLB, and #MLB baseball.

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Monday afternoon, the Cubs played the Reds at Sloan, and looked pretty good doing it. They prevailed in a well-played game in front of a nearly-full house. Details in Al’s recap.

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“When the heart issue popped up, it wasn’t something that went through my mind that it was going to be career-ending,” Márquez told the Tribune’s Meghan Montemurro. “But definitely as the process kept going, I made sure to pay attention to it, that it could be something and to make sure that we took care of it.”

Cubs birthdays: Bill McClellan, Al Schroll, Gene Oliver, Dick Ellsworth, Glenallen Hill, Joe Smith, Dexter Fowler.

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