“This team has an arrow pointing up,” Hicks says.
“This is going to happen to some guys,” Bosio says.
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“You’re playing a kid’s game, and you should be excited,” Hoyer says.
As a defensive player, Hicks knows that Trubisky will be challenged early in his rookie campaign.
“We’re in really good position,” Ricketts says as the Cubs enter the playoffs.
Wilson “clearly wasn’t right” Tuesday, when he was pulled in the middle of an at-bat, Bosio said.
“I was told as soon as I signed here that there’s one game you got to win every year,” Hicks said. “That’s the Packers.”
“Whether we’re put in bad situations or not, our job is to keep them out of the end zone,” Hicks says.
“Any tweak at all could cost him the rest of the regular season,” Bosio says of Arrieta, who has an injured hamstring.
“In a loss, everything becomes just a little bit clearer,” Hicks says.
“Losing a guy like Jake for any amount of time right now is significant,” Bosio says.
“Respect is something you have to earn, Miller says. “We haven’t done much of that the last two years.”
“The percentage of home runs that determine games is just as significant if not more so in October,” Epstein says.
Wilson has a 6.35 ERA in eight appearances with Chicago and has created concern by walking nine batters in 5 2/3 innings.
The Cubs’ pitching has spearheaded their 14-3 run out of the All-Star break.
“I really like what they’ve done,” Hoyer says of the White Sox.
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“I just know it can flip fast,” Fox says.
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“Change is good,” Bowman says.