With the Cardinals being shutdown by MLB for a COVID-19 outbreak in the organization, the Cubs had an impromptu four days off after stringing together one of the best records in baseball so far. Will having the days off help or hurt them going forward?
David Kaplan and Gordon Wittenmyer discuss the Cubs' impromptu weekend off, Zach Plesac and Mike Clevinger breaking protocol and going out in Chicago, and a 'what if' scenario that could have changed the Cubs getting Aroldis Chapman in 2016.
(1:20) - Zach Plesac and Mike Clevinger breaking safety protocol to go out in Chicago
(7:09) - Cubs get four days off due to the Cardinals' coronavirus outbreak
(9:30) - Is David Ross following in the steps of Joe Maddon with some of his methods?
(16:00) - How will MLB fix the missing games that teams will have at the end of the season?
(18:40) - Cubs wanted Andrew Miller initially, not Aroldis Chapman in 2016
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Cubs Talk Podcast