2/27 Practice schedule

Here’s Friday’s practice schedule for the Cubs. All times are Mountain Time. Remember, it is subject to change:

9:45 a.m.: Stretch
10-10:15 a.m.: Baserunning for position players
10:20-10:30 a.m.: Throwing program (all players)
10:30-10:45 a.m.: Individual defense
10:45-11 a.m.: Team fundamental (pop ups)
11 a.m.-12:05 p.m.: Live BP, Fields 5/6
12:10-12:30 p.m. Batting practice, Fields 3/4/5/6
12:35-12:45 p.m.: First and third defense

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Then Lunch and more work I hope. Three hours is not enough with all the work that needs to be done.

I posted this schedule because a fan asked, not necessarily to generate comments. Yes, several players do work out beyond the time period post. Maddon also is a big believer in quality over quantity, and doing the drills efficiently

Agreed Carrie,Maddon stated that very early on.Do not know about the players but I for one feel much more relaxed going into this season than recent ones,I know that means diddly but I would rather see it taken slow at first than an injury that sets a player or players back. Maddon was brought here for reasons and I think most Cub fans would agree. In Maddon we trust! Go Cubs!

When you go to the right, under recent comments: You see Cubs Chronicles with pingbacks, they dont post anything, just a link to their web site. You go to their Web Site, all you see is reposts of the original article. That site also dominates the recent comment listing.
It would be nice to see a listing on the right of current Muskat Blog readers are commenting on. Not links to other useless Web Sites.

I think the “pingback” just gets generated when someone links the story to their website or blog. I mostly now just look at how many comments have been posted and if it’s only one, I just assume it was a pingback. Of course, I read all the stories anyway, but some generate more discussion than others and are worth checking back in on during the course of the day.

One of the pingback sites/blogs is a very good one. The fact that they provide other information and give Carrie credit for her work, I have no problem with.
Its the self advertising of a copy & paste site of others work that bothers me.

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