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In David Ross' final season, he caught his first no-no on Thursday night. He also added a home run.
The Mets youngster threw 12 pitches of at least 100 miles per hour in the first two innings on Monday.
Cubs pitcher Jon Lester had a rather unique day.
Kyle Schwarber has been diagnosed with torn knee ligaments and will miss the remainder of the season, but the Cubs are in good shape to deal with the loss of the young slugger.
The Cubs enter the season as the division favorites, but the Cardinals and Pirates have the talent to make things difficult for the North Siders. Further down in the NL Central, the Reds and Brewers are looking to deal.
The Cubs' veteran lefty is a darn good pitcher, but his bat has never been particularly impressive. Until Wednesday, anyway.
After a 97-win campaign in 2015 and a highly productive winter, the Cubs may be the best team in baseball headed into the 2016 season.
A report suggests that Jake Arrieta -- who is two years away from free agency -- is looking for a seven-year extension and the Cubs won't give that. Let's look deeper.

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