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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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Given the amount of uncertainty surrounding the Chicago Cubs, there’s really very little in terms of position battles this spring. Really, it comes down to second base, where Nico Hoerner looks like the front runner to grab the everyday job.

In the outfield, Chicago is set to roll with a combination of Jason Heyward, Ian Happ and newcomer Joc Pederson, who has been Wholesale Chicago Cubs Jerseys arguably the best offensive player in all of baseball so far this spring. The longtime Dodgers outfielder will, for the first time in his career, get the opportunity to play against left-handed pitching on a regular basis.

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That promise helped the Cubs land the slugger – but it has also led to questions when it comes to speedy fourth outfielder Jake Marisnick. Chicago brought in the former third-round pick. Both he and the organization are hoping he can take a big step in his career in 2021 after showing plenty of promise during the pandemic-shortened campaign last summer.

With the Mets, Marisnick put up career-best numbers, batting .333/.353/.606 in 34 plate appearances. Now, those numbers really jump off the page when put side-by-side of his career marks. Not counting 2020, the 29-year-old has only managed an on-base percentage north of .300 one time and he’s never hit .250 in a single season.

Defense is where Marisnick has made his mark in the big leagues. In 2019 as a member of the Houston Astros, he ranked in the 94th percentile in OAA. From 2016 to 2019, he ranked in the 95th percentile annually in sprint speed – so it makes sense the Cubs have been cautious as he works back from leg injuries that he battled last season.

“Calf feels good. It feels good,” Marisnick told this weekend. “It was just a precaution, make sure everything was 100 percent before I get out there. The work to get back has been good. I felt good when I was running the bases today.”

Cubs: Jake Marisnick is the perfect fourth outfielder
Marisnick is a guy who can spell one of your starters every so often, but he’s not an everyday outfielder. Simply put, he just doesn’t bring enough value offensively to pencil him into the lineup card with any sort of real regularity. That being said, he can change a game with his glove and his legs, something few Cubs players have been able to do in recent years.

With a pitching staff that will rely heavily on its defense, Marisnick is a perfect fit for the Cubs’ roster. A defense-first presence, he can easily come in late in a ballgame or even pinch run, something that could be more important in 2021 with pitchers batting for themselves in the National League. Whatever chances he’s given, he’s ready to make the most of them.

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The Cubs have optioned lefty Kyle Ryan to Triple-A Iowa, the team announced amid a series of roster moves Friday.

Ryan, 29, leads all Cubs relievers in total appearances (91) and innings pitched (76 2/3) dating back to the 2019 season, but he missed the beginning of camp while on the Covid-19 related injured list and has yet to get into an Custom Chicago Cubs Jerseys official Spring Training game. He’ll build up with the minor league side of camp and at the team’s alternate training site to begin the season, but based on his usage over the past couple of seasons, he should get another look in the big leagues once he’s ready to go.

While the 2020 season was a struggle for Ryan — 5.17 ERA and five homers allowed in 15 2/3 innings — he was one of the Cubs’ most effective bullpen members in 2019. He racked up 61 innings that season, pitching to a 3.54 ERA with a 22.4 percent strikeout rate, an 11.2 percent walk rate and a whopping 58.2 percent ground-ball rate. That showing was enough that, in spite of his 2020 struggles, the Cubs tendered Ryan a contract this winter and agreed to a one-year, $800K deal with him. Ryan’s contract is a split contract, meaning he’ll earn at that $800K rate in the Majors but a $250K rate in the minors.

As Ryan builds back up, his absence could open the door for Brad Wieck or non-roster southpaw Rex Brothers to make the team as a second lefty in David Ross’ bullpen. (Former Phillies lefty Adam Morgan signed a minors deal with the Cubs, too, but is still mending from flexor surgery.) At present, Andrew Chafin is the lone left-handed lock for a bullpen job.

The Cubs also optioned James Norwood and Justin Steele today, and they reassigned five non-roster veterans to minor league camp: Joe Biagini, Jose Lobaton, Michael Hermosillo, Nick Martini and Ian Miller.