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MESA, Ariz. — The Cubs will re-sign right-hander Ryan Tepera to a one-year, $800,000 deal, pending a physical, according to a source.

Tepera was a big piece of the Cubs’ bullpen in 2020, and after Jeremy Jeffress, he might have been the team’s best reliever during the shortened season. The right-hander was 0-1 with a 3.92 ERA with a career-high 34.8% strikeout rate.

“I think Ryan Tepera last year did a really good job for us of coming in and pitching some really big innings,” manager David Ross said. “I thought he bridged the gap to the back end [of the bullpen] really well. That sixth, seventh [inning] spot where maybe [Rowan] Wick was used the day before. There’s so many pieces to that Wholesale Chicago Cubs Jerseys bullpen. He was a significant piece for us last year that kind of came in and got us out of a big spot and was able to handle the moment.”

The addition of Tepera adds another piece to the Cubs’ bullpen, which has gotten some additional reinforcements over the last few weeks. With right-hander Rowan Wick unlikely to break camp while dealing with a lingering intercostal injury, the bullpen could benefit from the extra support.

“I think depth pieces are going to be important for us,” Ross said. “And with [Wick] being on the shelf for a minute, and I think just in general this year, I think it’s going to take a lot of different arms to pitch big innings for us with the limited innings they were able to throw last year.

“The bullpen depth is always an important piece of any championship-caliber team. And if you want to get to where you want to go through 162, you’re going to need multiple arms down there in the bullpen. So guys that have been in the moment and have had success are very important.”

Strumpf, Weber added to spring roster

The Cubs added infield prospects Chase Strumpf and Andy Weber as non-roster invitees Friday. Strumpf hit .244 with three homers and 17 RBI over three levels in his first year in pro ball in 2019. The 21-year-old is the team’s ninth-ranked prospect, according to MLB Pipeline, and was the Cubs’ second-round pick out of UCLA in 2019.

Weber hit .275 with three homers and 59 RBI in 127 games for South Bend in 2019. He was the Cubs’ fifth-round pick out of Virginia in 2018.

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Willson Contreras had some fun on his trot around the bases on Friday afternoon out in Arizona. The Cubs’ catcher flipped his bat, pointed to the heavens around first and did some slow exaggerated strides into third base on his way home.

That second-inning homer in Chicago’s 6-1 win over the A’s was just the latest example of Contreras’ high-energy play as one of baseball’s elite all-around catchers. His status with the Cubs is cemented. What the team Stitched Chicago Cubs Jerseys needs to solve before Opening Day is who will serve as the All-Star’s backup.

It looks like that job could wind up in the hands of P.J. Higgins.

“Higgy is a guy that we’ve talked [about] a couple times already,” Cubs manager David Ross said on Friday morning. “He’s made an impression on me.”

With less than two weeks left until the Cubs’ April 1 opener against the Pirates, it is looking increasingly improbable that veteran catcher Austin Romine (right knee sprain) will be ready. And on Friday, Chicago reassigned Jose Lobaton to Minor League camp, leaving Higgins as the de facto backup in Romine’s absence.

Willson Contreras’ solo home run
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Willson Contreras’ solo home run
Romine last played on March 6, while Higgins has started the five non-Contreras Cactus League games since that depth setback. Higgins has caught Jake Arrieta and Zach Davies twice each, including the latter’s four-inning start (one unearned run, four hits, three walks and two strikeouts) against Oakland on Friday. Higgins has also caught starts by Alec Mills and Trevor Williams.

In some recent games, Higgins was instructed to follow scouting reports for specific batters. Ross was impressed by how the 27-year-old catcher handled those tests.

“I love his ability to run a game behind the plate,” Ross said. “He’s really taken to it.”

Higgins — not currently on the 40-man roster — has been in MLB camp with the Cubs for the past few springs, and Ross also got to know the catcher during Summer Camp last year. Beyond catching, Higgins also offers a backup option for both infield corners, and has even logged innings at second base.

“He’s got great hands,” Ross said. “If you listen to the people around in player development, he’s one of the better third basemen we have in the organization, just as far as reliability on defense.”

Ross also praised Higgins’ communication and feedback with pitchers, as well as the catcher’s ability to make consistent contact in the batter’s box. All of these traits have positioned Higgins to make the Opening Day roster, if Romine’s injury lingers.

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Rafael Ortega, who’s probably not going to make the Opening Day roster, continued his hot hitting with a two-hit game Wednesday afternoon. P.J. Higgins added a solo homer, but it wasn’t enough and the Cubs came up short Chicago Cubs Jerseys China against the Giants 7-6 at Scottsdale Stadium.

Alec Mills gave up a run in the first inning after retiring the first two hitters, but the Cubs got the run back in the top of the second.

Anthony Rizzo walked and advanced to second on a groundout, after which he scored on a single by Ortega:

One out later, Taylor Gushue walked and Higgins was hit by a pitch, but the inning was then called because Nick Tropeano had thrown 29 pitches.

Mills was removed with one out in the third, having allowed three hits and a run. It seemed like a successful outing for him, but the jury’s still out on whether he’ll be the fifth starter or whether he’ll be in a hybrid starter/long relief role. Here’s one of the seven outs Mills recorded:

In the fourth, Rizzo reached base again with a single, but was thrown out at the plate on a double by Ortega, who took third on the play and scored on a single by Matt Duffy to give the Cubs a 2-1 lead.

Brandon Workman, likely to be the Cubs’ primary setup man, issued two walks in his inning of work, but got out of it without a run thanks in part to a double play.

Higgins homered off Wandy Peralta in the top of the fifth to make it 3-1:

But the Giants took the lead back in the bottom of the fifth on a single, a throwing error, another base hit and a two-run homer by Wilmer Flores off Andrew Chafin, not a good day for Chafin.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, Cubs starting players departed en masse, but Dan Winkler, who is expected to be in the Opening Day bullpen, served up a two-run homer to Jason Krizan to make it 6-3 Giants. A couple of walks and a single by Andy Weber in the seventh made it 6-4.

Manuel Rodriguez, a 24-year-old righthander who throws up to 99 miles per hour, threw a scoreless inning (the seventh) in his first outing of the spring. He faced two former Cubs, Arismendy Alcantara (walk) and Jason Vosler (strikeout), and eventually walked the bases loaded before David Ross ended the inning on a pitch count. Rodriguez has talent — he averaged 12.4 strikeouts per nine innings in 35 appearances at High-A in 2019 — but is clearly a work in progress.

The bottom of the eighth, thrown by Robert Stock, was also halted on a pitch count after Stock walked in a run.

The Cubs put a pair of runs across in the ninth inning on a bases-loaded double by Alfonso Rivas that bounced into the stands. Had it not done that, it would have cleared the bases and tied the game, but the runner on first had to hold at third. The last out of the game was made on a spectacular catch on a line drive by Brennen Davis that would have given the Cubs the lead.

The overall good news, though, is that Cubs starting pitchers are having an outstanding spring to date:

Keep up the good work, guys.

Thursday, the Cubs continue their two-day excursion to Scottsdale ballparks as they take on the Rockies at Salt River Fields. Kyle Hendricks will start for the Cubs and former Giant Dereck Rodriguez will go for the Rockies. Game time is 2:10 p.m. CT and TV coverage will be on ROOT Sports Rocky Mountain with the Rockies announcers.