Chicago Cubs roster moves
The Cubs backup catcher’s season is over.
The versatile infielder is back for the last two weeks of the season.
The Cubs have another lefty available in the bullpen.
The Cubs have another new outfielder.
A small reliever shuffle for the weekend series.
A late-season outfield roster change due to injury.
The Cubs’ starting catcher is back.
Two pitchers return to active status, and the active roster limit is now 28 for the rest of the regular season.
And say goodbye to Jake Jewell and Ryan Meisinger.
Thompson will join the Cubs rotation.
Sampson will become the 11th pitcher to start a game for the Cubs this year.
The Cubs will give another outfielder a chance.
The Deichmann experiment might be over.
The Cubs starter was injured Friday night
The Cubs will go with a six-man rotation, for now.
The Cubs have another bullpen piece.
The Iowa Shuttle is activated again.
The Cubs have a hitter back.
Here’s the move we were expecting yesterday.
This was not the move you expected to happen today.
The Iowa Shuttle moves on and on.
That’s the corresponding move for Joc Pederson leaving.
The bullpen merry-go-round continues. (Yes, you have read those words here before.)
The Cubs swapped out righthanders.
Cubs roster moves: Eric Sogard, Kohl Stewart to IL, Trevor Williams activated, Sergio Alcántara recalled
Shuffling the deck chairs again.
Another new backup catcher.
The pitching merry-go-round continues.
The Iowa Shuttle has been busy for the last week or so.
The Cubs will try their fifth backup catcher of 2021.