3/25 Morning Marquee: Starlin Castro returns from hamstring injury


Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Cubs fell 7-1 to the San Diego Padres on Monday night while their shortstop Starlin Castro returned from a right hamstring strain in a minor league game.

Around the league, the Chicago White Sox and Jose Quintana agreed to a $21 million, five-year contract and the Atlanta Braves released Freddy Garcia only to sign veteran right-hander Aaron Harang.

Chicago Tribune: Cubs’ Castro making strides in return from hamstring strain

Chicago Sun-Times: Cubs might find trade partners before Opening Day

ESPN Chicago: Cubs notes: Lake breaks out; roster at 34

CSN Chicago: Who’s in? Who’s out? Cubs look ahead to Opening Day roster

ESPN Dallas/Fort Worth: Jon Daniels: Garza trade could ‘haunt me’

Daily Herald: Miles: Sabermetrics changing baseball’s numbers game

Fox Sports: LHP JOse Quintana gets $21 million, 5-year deal from White Sox

CBS Sports: Braves sign veteran right-hander Aaron Harang

NBC Sports: The Braves cut Freddy Garcia

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