CHICAGO Teams

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs claim lefty reliever C.J. RIEFENHAUSER from Baltimore. To make room Edgar Olmos DFA. Cubs having been playing musical chairs with lefty relievers all offseason trying to find some depth there as spring training opens next Friday.

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If you think Air Jordans are just sneakers, you're missing the point. Scoop Jackson details the 30-year reign of the world's most recognizable basketball shoe.

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Tim Anderson No. 45 prospect in 2016

Chicago's shortstop prospect is speedy, athletic and quick to adapt. His biggest downside is that he's the only White Sox prospect ranked in the top 100. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)

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Gleyber Torres No. 15 prospect in 2016

Torres is still a few years away from the bigs, but he could be a superstar once he's there. If you're mourning how much talent Chicago graduated last year, check out the other five Cubs in Keith Law's top 100. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)

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