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Sacramento Bee Feb 23, 2017

Almora, Jay take their friendship to center for the Cubs

Jon Jay and Albert Almora Jr. are Miami guys, born and raised. Jay played his college ball for Miami, and Almora committed to the Hurricanes before he signed with the …
CSN Chicago Feb 23, 2017

Why Joe Maddon sees Kyle Schwarber as the leadoff guy in Cubs lineup

MESA, Ariz. The analytical and emotional sides of the brain the Big Data influence and obvious intimidation factor are leading Joe Maddon to this conclusion: Kyle Schwarber should be the leadoff guy for a thumping Cubs lineup. "Schwarber is the frontrunner," Maddon said Thursday at the Sloan Park complex. "You could always consider (Ben) Zobrist if you wanted to. You could talk about Jon Jay. I'd say they're the leaders in the clubhouse right now. But primarily I like the idea of 'Schwarbs.'"
CSN Chicago Feb 3, 2017

From the stands at the World Series to 2017's outfield, Cubs see Jon Jay as important piece of title defense

Jon Jay got an in-person sense of what a ratcheted-up atmosphere at Wrigley Field sounds and feels like when he happened to be in the

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